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low-flying

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Air
low-flyingˌlow-ˈflying adjective  TTAflying close to the ground a low-flying aircraft
Examples from the Corpus
low-flyingKearny Villa Road will be closed during the air show because of low-flying aircraft.A few low-flying cruise missiles could wipe out an airfield before the mighty jets get off the ground.From time to time a low-flying helicopter paddled past, weaving between the housetops.On the other hand it was difficult to track low-flying intruders over the Jebel.During the day four low-flying military jets had blasted down the Glen.The low-flying plane stretched its sound full-length across the hard ice.The weather continued to deteriorate with low-flying scud and rain squalls from the west.
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