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air pocket a downward air current that can cause an abrupt change, usu. a drop, in an aircraft's altitude.
anchor to drop anchor or lie at anchor. [1/7 definitions]
B- in the U.S. military, a plane used to transport and drop bombs, such as a B-17 or B-52.
bead a small, spherical object or quantity, such as a drop of liquid or a gas bubble. [1/8 definitions]
belly-flop to fall or drop oneself heavily down on one's belly, as onto a bed. [1/3 definitions]
bomb to throw or drop an explosive object on. [2/8 definitions]
bomber a military plane used to transport and drop bombs. [1/2 definitions]
brow that part of a high place next to a sudden drop-off. [1/3 definitions]
chute3 to drop by parachute from an aircraft. [1/3 definitions]
deadfall a trap in which a heavy weight is set to drop on an animal and either stun or kill it. [1/2 definitions]
deciduous of trees and shrubs, having leaves that drop off seasonally each year. (Cf. evergreen.) [1/3 definitions]
deflation a relatively sharp drop in prices, resulting from a reduction in available currency and credit. [1/2 definitions]
defoliant a chemical spray or dust that causes plants' leaves to drop off.
defoliate to cause the leaves of (trees or the like) to drop off, esp. by using a chemical spray or dust, usu. so as to render a forested area unusable by military opponents. [1/4 definitions]
dewdrop a single drop of dew.
dip to drop or plunge briefly into or as if into a liquid. [1/15 definitions]
dive bomber a fighter-bomber designed to drop its bombs while diving toward the target.
driblet a drop of liquid in a dribble. [1/2 definitions]
drop something in the shape or form of a drop. [1/18 definitions]
drop-forge to shape (heated metal) with a drop hammer.
drop forging an object made by drop-forging metal.