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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Air
dirigibledir‧i‧gi‧ble /ˈdɪrədʒəbəl, dəˈrɪ-/ noun [countable]  TTAan airship
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dirigibleDrinking lifted his mood, made him feel like an old-fashioned dirigible, floating over everything.Above him vast silver dirigibles moved in the morning sky, great black crates strung beneath them.He studied the dirigibles through a pair of those really amazing computerized binoculars that you see in movies.
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