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warplane Line breaks: war|plane
Pronunciation: /ˈwɔːpleɪn/

Definition of warplane in English:

noun

An aeroplane designed and equipped to engage in air combat or to drop bombs.
Example sentences
  • He said that about a dozen warplanes had dropped bombs on the target, accompanied by support planes.
  • RAF and United States warplanes bombed three sites in southern Iraq yesterday in the biggest display of allied air power for six months.
  • In the meantime, there were repeated air strikes on the city from US warplanes and helicopter gunships.

Words that rhyme with warplane

towplane • Tamerlane

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