hangar

Part of speech: noun

A shelter or shed; specif., one adapted to the housing of aeroplanes.

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Usage examples "hangar":

  1. He hustled Bland around to such good purpose that by the time the reporters had trailed him to the hangar he was already in his seat and was barking " Contact!" - "The Thunder Bird", B. M. Bower.
  2. Except for the regular sentries that circled the whole immense temple, the hangar was unguarded. - "The Lost Warship", Robert Moore Williams.
  3. The airship was wheeled out of the hangar and was soon ready for the flight. - "Tom Swift among the Fire Fighters or, Battling with Flames from the Air", Victor Appleton.