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Thesaurus for Pilot

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for Pilot

1. Anyone who can fly an aircraft. Pilots can be military, commercial, or fly for pleasure.

2. In general, a fairly skilled and intelligent individual who had the guts to get into an aircraft and learn how to fly it. Often possessing of a "higher" mindset. Most of us are good lookin,' too.

Joke to prove I have a sense of humor too:

How do you know if a pilot is at a cocktail party?

He'll tell you.
"The ultimate responsibility of the pilot is to fulfill the dreams of the countless millions of earthbound ancestors who could only stare skyward and wish."
by Athene Airheart March 14, 2004
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A cinematic masterpiece; the epitome of comedy. A legendary comedy movie.
-Surely you can't be serious
-I am serious, and stop calling me
Shirley.
by Amazing Larry December 19, 2003
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There is an art, or, rather, a knack to flying.
The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.

Pick a nice day, and try it.

The first part is easy.
All it requires is simply the ability to throw yourself forward with all your weight, and the willingness not to mind that it's going to hurt.

Clearly, it is the second part, the missing, which presents the difficulties. You have to miss the ground accidentally.

If you are lucky enough to have your attention distracted just in time, please take note of the following: ignore all consideratinos of your own weight and let yourself waft higher, do not listen to what anybody says to you at this point because they are unlikely to say anything helpful (They are most likely to say something along the lines of "Good God, you can't possibly be flying!" and it is vitally important not to believe them or they will suddenly be right). Waft higher and higher, try a few swoops, DO NOT WAVE AT ANYBODY.

Landing is another story.
Arthur Dent suddenly tripped and was hurled forward by his considerable momentum. But just at the moment he was about to hit the ground astoundingly hard he saw lying directly in front of him a small navy blue tote bag. In his astonishment he missed the ground completely and bobbed off into the air.
What Arthur was doing was this: he was flying.

See also: Life the Universe and Everything, Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, and Arthur Dent
by Todd W December 06, 2006
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1. a departure from reality.

2. voodoo of culture; unnecessary limitations of society
"She is so out of it, she is experiencing great aviation."

"Aviations, such as gender inequality, should not be present in our society."

"Savages live free, without aviation."
by koolangeldude1 May 14, 2009
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Any device that flies. An airplane is an example of an aircraft, as are helicopters, dirigibles, gliders and balloons.

Every aircraft needs an aviator or pilot to fly it.
"That Cessna is one fine looking hunk of aircraft!"
by Athene Airheart March 20, 2004
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The task of throwing yourself at the ground and missing.
Birds can fly, they do this using flight.
by Solland March 07, 2008
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noun: Accourding to Samuel L. Jackson, ABSOLUTELY the worst place to have unaccounted-for snakes.
Samuel L. Jackson: We got Snakes on a Plane, man!
by Johey Christian August 18, 2006
259 48
The modern equivalent of the Middle Passage
Airlines: The slaves had it good.
by ghugfgyufgfuy February 13, 2010
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The most effective, capable, and rational branch of the military; most effective force via General Patton, USA,"You don't win wars by dying for your country. You win wars by making the other poor bastard die for his country!"
This definition must have been written by someone in the Air Force, It's all spelled correctly!
by EagleDriver48FI November 03, 2003
1277 512
Term for a type of sunglasses with a sort or inverted teardrop shape that cover the entire eye. Popularized by Vietnam-era helicopter pilots (who looked slick as shit)
I traded Devin my pair of old aviators and he never takes them off.
by Shai July 25, 2004
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