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The roof of the fuselage at the rear was buckled and charred by fire. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The main fuselage and wings remained attached and landed upside down on the ground in the desert. Times, Sunday Times (2014)In this design the fuselage is the wing and vice versa. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The implication was that they had detected the aircraft 's fuselage hitting the seabed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They found that the left engine, fuselage and wing were substantially damaged in the blaze. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It looked beautiful with new white wings and a fuselage painted bright Daimler red. Plane Speaking - a personal view of aviation history (1991)In one case, it was the integrity of the joint between wing and fuselage. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In the day, the sun charges its batteries via thousands of solar cells on its wings and fuselage. Times, Sunday Times (2015)US air marshals use them because they kill instantly and do not risk piercing an aircraft fuselage after passing through a target. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The buckled fuselage of the aircraft was ablaze in a ditch, the landing gear and one engine torn off, interior compartments melting in the heat. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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British English: fuselage NOUN
The fuselage is the main body of an aeroplane, missile, or rocket.
The force of the impact ripped apart the plane's fuselage.
Definition of fuselage from the Collins English Dictionary
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