Definition of Caudron
1. a caldron [n -S] - See also: caldron
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caudron
Literary usage of Caudron
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life and Letters of Sidney Rankin Drew by Sidney Rankin Drew (1921)
"One is called caudron which develops flyers for observation machines, used for the purpose of taking photographs while flying low over the enemy's lines and ..."
2. Practical Aviation: An Understandable Presentation of Interesting and by Charles Brian Hayward (1919)
"caudron. The caudron biplane is of the type in which the flexible upper wing, ... Experiments made by caudron, in which the angle of attack of the lower ..."
3. An Aviator's Field Book by Oswald Bölcke (1917)
"quickly turned and followed close behind the enemy. Then the other caudron started to manoeuver the same way, only more poorly than the Nieuport. ..."