an airplane whose wings form almost all the airframe, with the fuselage almost or entirely within the wing structure.
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Origin of flying wing
First recorded in 1935–40
Words nearby flying wing
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British Dictionary definitions for flying wing
an aircraft consisting mainly of one large wing and no fuselage or tailplane
(in Canadian football) the twelfth player, who has a variable position behind the scrimmage line
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