Definition of Flare path

1. Noun. An airstrip outline with lights to guide an airplane pilot in landing.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flare Path

flapping
flapping tremor
flappingly
flappings
flappity
flappy
flaps
flapt
flare
flare-up
flare-ups
flare angel
flare gun
flare out
flare path (current term)
flare star
flare streaming
flare up
flare up at
flareback
flarebacks
flared
flared teeth
flarepath
flares
flareup
flareups
flarier
flariest

Literary usage of Flare path

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1. Night Bombing with the Bedouins by Robert Henry Reece (1919)
"der bombardment by the Huns the flare- path is lighted and the pilot spirals slowly down while the allotted letter of the plane is being flashed in Morse ..."

2. Challenging Horizons: Qantas 1939-1954 by John Gunn (1987)
"Camilla was asked to hold off while a flare path was laid and Koch circled the light. Lester Brain, in a formal report, wrote: "Thick weather intensified ..."

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