gas-filled gas-filled


  • (adj) full of a gas


  1. Advantages of gas-filled over solid cables: They are self-supervising.
  2. Flames raced through hundreds of yards of abandoned gas-filled tunnels, and started new fires in many places under the city streets.
  3. The burning of a huge gas-filled balloon by incendiary bullets recalled their War experiences to service men.


  • Riot police end Istanbul park protest

    ISTANBUL — In a tear-gas-filled conclusion to two weeks of anti-government protests in Turkey, riot police on Saturday stormed a central Istanbul square and park that had formed the heart of a broad c
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Richmond Times-Dispatch

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