Hangar is a slightly difficult word, but we're here to help you better understand it...with EXAMPLES!
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Below you will find the definition of hangar, followed by 42 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.
(noun) - a large structure at an airport where aircraft can be stored and maintained
EXAMPLES - Hangar in a Sentence
- (XJ) "G-Force One" in hangar before liftoff -- Link. (source)
- I snatched up the car phone, called hangar 4C at Oakland Airport. (source)
- Because the hangar is the camera. posted by Ann Althouse at 7:40 AM (source)
- The hangar was a miniature of the vast cavern located in the main base. (source)
- In the summer, the hangar was a cool refuge from the dry, 35-degree weather. (source)
- One model is of the hangar for Goodyear's iconic blimp in Pompano Beach, Fla. (source)
- About four hundred yards west of the hangar was a stretch of flat, sandy ground. (source)
- On a table at each entrance to the hangar was a small box with a hole in the top. (source)
- Airways hangar, which is used for maintenance, which has been demolished by this crash. (source)
- At least, Owen thinks, the air conditioned temperature maintained in the hangar is a blessing. (source)
- Then late one day in June 1997, the car disappeared from the airport hangar where it was stored. (source)
- The last time this happened, the Skins did a workout at a Dulles hangar, and won their subsequent game. (source)
- There's a pool, a tennis court and a hangar and airstrip, and 760 acres are under a conservation easement. (source)
- I was really impressed with how they built the deck and underpinnings of an aircraft carrier inside that hangar. (source)
- The only other one used in those movies mysteriously vanished from an airport hangar in Boca Raton, Fla., in 1997. (source)
- I have my "own" (house) room with a lockable door and my "own" hangar, which is kind of like an outdoor covered patio. (source)
- Today the hangar holds a mock aircraft carrier flight deck, which is used as a teaching tool for Navy flight deck personnel. (source)
- The hangar was a fantastic jumble of technical projects, some on the drawing board and others clearly at the experimental stage. (source)
- On Monday, we looked at the mysterious hangar-office-studio that Sarah Palin is building next door to her house in Wasilla, Alaska. (source)
- They were found about 8: 00 this morning, near the crystal south hangar, which is a private hangar at level field here in Chattanooga. (source)
- A 6 inch blimp moves out of the hangar and lights up when a green button is pushed, but a sound track that accompanied it no longer works. (source)
- At the last moment Pauline, impatient at the suspense, entered the Frenchman's "hangar" and added her blandishments to Owen's financial inducements. (source)
- Palingates reported that the building included a hangar for Todd Palin's plane, personal space for both Todd and Sarah, and an apartment for Bristol. (source)
- His favorite is the Pompano Beach hangar, because, besides moving, he also rigged it so that a recording would sound when a visitor pushed the button. (source)
- Jerry had seen on their exploration of the island, and which they now learned was a "hangar," a place specially fitted for taking care of the aeroplane. (source)
- Ian, this is a wonderful reflection on the emotional/spiritual/intellectual impact of siblings -- the "hangar" story is fabulous -- Happy Birthday, Kent!! (source)
- So when fewer pilots fly fewer miles, regional airports find it difficult to stay afloat as the main sources of income such as hangar rent and fuel sales drop. (source)
- The interior of the hangar is divided into 10 interrogation rooms, separated by plywood walls and usually furnished with white plastic chairs and a small table. (source)
- While Japan demolishes one of its famed indoor "outdoor" simulacradomes, a Zeppelin hangar in Brandenburg, Germany is transformed into a massive indoor beach resort. (source)
- The 938-acre horse ranch, shown here, borders a national forest and has indoor and outdoor arenas, stables, a veterinary clinic, a pool, tennis court and a hangar and airstrip. (source)
- Because of the heavy rain on Thursday, the Redskins boarded three buses and drove to a hangar at Dulles International Airport to hold a walk-through rather than a full practice. (source)
- -- The 130th Airlift Wing's Civil Engineer Lt.Col. John Dulin called the hangar project under way at the base the largest he has been involved with in his 12 years as base engineer. (source)
- The hangar is half a mile long, and is bounded on one side by the docks where the ships are discharging, and on the other by the railway lines where the trains are loading up for the front. (source)
- James Grundy, president of Grundy Worldwide Inc., the insurance agency for the policy, says there were tire marks outside the hangar that just stopped and evidence that a plane had taken off that night. (source)
- Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the center provides services for visiting pilots such as hangar rental, fueling, de-icing, warming up planes in the winter and airplane maintenance and repair. (source)
- You can buy 90 Emirates A380s here at the show for about $2,475, and though they won't actually take you anywhere, they will require no costly spare parts or fuel and much less room to hangar than the real thing. (source)
- Until late last year, most suspected insurgents captured in Afghanistan were housed in a converted hangar known as the Bagram Theater Internment Facility, on the grounds of one of the largest U.S. air bases in the country. (source)
- Adams said it has become difficult to get parts for the doors, and so the doors on one end of the hangar remain stationary because some of the parts from those doors were used to repair the doors at the other end of the hangar. (source)
- Now, he's given over that famously Brobdingnagian "hangar" gallery at the Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain, to a semipermanent (at least there's no official closing date) installation of seven massive Serra sculptures from the last decade. (source)
- Finally, thanks to a lease agreement with the airport and donations, the CAP is setting up shop in its new hangar, which is large enough to house its new state-issued single-engine Cessna 182T aircraft and provide a base for training and meetings. (source)
- While it's been widely reported that Haynesworth participated in the Redskins 'Thursday practice, Shanahan said that session was essentially just a walk-through in the Dulles airport hangar due to rain, and that Haynesworth was not mentally prepared to do a conditioning workout on that day. (source)
- Haynesworth, who left the team last week after the death of his younger brother, returned to the area Wednesday and participated in what Coach Mike Shanahan described as "a little bit more than a jog-through" at a hangar at Dulles International Airport, where the team practiced because of the rain. (source)
The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 42 example sentences provided below is 60.0, which suggests that "hangar" is a standard word that is understood by individuals with a high school diploma or degree, and can be found in news articles, books, magazines and other places.
We have 4 synonyms for hangar.
barracks, garage, shed, shelter
We have 0 antonyms for hangar.
PRONUNCIATION & SYLLABIFICATION
Pronunciation: (hăngˈər, hăngˈgər)
View up to 25 definitions of hangar from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.
from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- (noun) A shelter especially for housing or repairing aircraft.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- (noun) A large garage-like structure where aircraft are kept.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- (noun) a large building at an airport where aircraft can be stored and maintained.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- (noun) a large structure at an airport where aircraft can be stored and maintained