flyover : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels
  • n  a flight at a low altitude (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the ground

  • Lets go back to the CNN description of the flyover report.
  • If you want to get a true sense of how thoroughly Hurricane Katrina punished the Gulf Coast last week, a flyover by helicopter or Air Force One won't do it.
News & Articles


  • Ronald Reagan in San Jose Mercury News
    It's hard to believe that Ronnie would have been 96 years old today,Mrs. Reagan said. "I know he would have been thrilled to see the military band and color guard, the Naval Academy Glee Club and the flyover at his library today, and he...
  • Chris Carney in Forbes
    Rep. Chris Carney, D-Pa., said a line in his district "is basically a flyover" - doing nothing for the area while providing power to other parts.
  • Jack Roush in USA Today
    The only other flyover I've done over a sporting event was at Nashville five years ago when they had the big Mustang convention there,Roush said. "It was not a race, but a Mustang convention that involved some activities on the race track....

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