Definition of 'flown'
Example sentences containing 'flown'
They were the only Royal Navy personnel on the ship, there to serve the helicopter that had flown ashore that afternoon.LET NOT THE DEEP (1989)
He was smuggled across the Baltic to Sweden then flown on to the United States for a lengthy debriefing.ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH' (1989) COVER STORY (1989)
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