Origin of -drome
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How to use -drome in a sentence
Lester flopped heavily, and skidded across the bottom of the 'drome.The Planet Strappers|Raymond Zinke Gallun
Then the asas made another fetter, by one-half stronger, and this they called Drome.The Younger Edda|Snorre
This was where he would perhaps have been wise to have thrown up and returned to his 'drome.Air Men o' War|Boyd Cable
In the roughest weather, when even within the distant breakwater the Sound is turbulent, the sea-drome is calm as a duck-pond.
Connie was to leave the sea-drome at eight-thirty in that fine flying-liner Atlantis.