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warbird Line breaks: war|bird
Pronunciation: /ˈwɔːbəːd/

Definition of warbird in English:


A vintage military aircraft.
Example sentences
  • This will culminate in a choreographed sunset finale featuring a group flyover of Lake Burley Griffin by warbirds and modern aircraft, as well as an F - 111 dump and burn, music and spectacular fireworks.
  • The Kemble Air Day brought the best examples of vintage jets and warbirds together at one airfield along with modern RAF aircraft.
  • A potpourri of antique warbirds, aerobatic airplanes, skydivers, the United States Honor Guard and classic amphibs come together along the famous Seven Mile Beach to put on the show.

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