Origin of flyover
Words nearby flyover
How to use flyover in a sentence
In the late 1960s, late NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle introduced flyovers and mandated that players stand with their helmets tucked under their left arms and right hands over their hearts.How do Americans feel about the anthem at sporting events? It depends which Americans you ask.|Michael Lee, Scott Clement, Emily Guskin|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
There will be prayers, a moment of silence, bagpipes and a military flyover.Dallas Lays Elaborate but Dignified Plans to Celebrate Assassination Anniversary|Helen Anders|November 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Wall Street has botched another initial public offering of a flyover-country food company.
The next time you see an initial public offering from a food company based in flyover country, tell your broker you want in.
Great Plains By Ian Frazier In a journey of 25,000 miles, Frazier makes flyover country a magical place.Book Bag: Timothy Egan’s Five Favorite Travel Books|Timothy Egan|October 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But, like turn-by-turn navigation, Flyover will run only on the 4S and newer iPads.Apple’s Move to Spite Google and Use Its Own Map Software Hurts Customers|Dan Lyons|June 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She could only see half a mile south, because Flyover Point blocked the view.
High in the thickening sky wild ducks passed over Flyover Point and dropped into the sheltered marshes among the cypress.
British Dictionary definitions for flyover
- an intersection of two roads at which one is carried over the other by a bridge
- such a bridge