Definition of Twin-prop

1. Noun. A propeller plane with an engine that drives two propellers in opposite directions (for stability).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twin-prop

twilt
twilted
twilting
twilts
twimmolation
twimmolations
twin
twin(a)
twin-
twin-aisle airplane
twin-bedded
twin-cam
twin-clutch gearbox
twin-engine
twin-engined
twin-prop (current term)
twin-propeller-plane
twin-size
twin-twin transfusion
twin bed
twin beds
twin bill
twin cone
twin crystal
twin helix
twin killing
twin killings
twin paradox
twin placenta

Literary usage of Twin-prop

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1. Make a Difference: A Spectacular Breakthrough in the Fight Against Poverty by Gary MacDougal (2005)
"Vivienne Charles had been doing the scouting in the Southern Seven, so she and I got on a TWA Express twin-prop puddle jumper for Marion, ..."

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