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Synonyms for balloon

Synonyms for balloon

to curve outward past the normal or usual limit

Synonyms for balloon

large tough nonrigid bag filled with gas or heated air

small thin inflatable rubber bag with narrow neck

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ride in a hot-air balloon

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become inflated

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We have crossed the Atlantic - fairly and easily crossed it in a balloon
The balloon was brought over the beach (the tide being out and the sand hard, smooth, and admirably adapted for a descent,) and the grapnel let go, which took firm hold at once.
This report is on global angioplasty balloons studies the current and future prospects of the market.
Their Self-Sealing Water Balloons are currently being sold on Amazon.
NASA's Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility (CSBF) uses Charter NEX film for Super Pressure Balloons and Zero Pressure Balloons.
The RSPB's Race for Nature is a balloon race with a difference - there are no real balloons
Summary: Riyadh, Ramadan 21, 1431, Aug 31, 2010, SPA -- Balloon of King of Humanity toured 52 countries and flew today in the air space of Ukraine participating in the festival of balloons besides balloons of Ukraine and European teams.
The museum chronicles the history of ballooning from the first manned flight in 1783 to the present and includes all aspects of lighter-thanair flight, including hot air balloons, helium and hydrogen balloons, and powered airships.
Whatever the reason, something about hot air balloons inspires people to get up before 6 a.
BURBANK -- Those shiny, silvery balloons that carry birthday greetings and other cheery missives may put smiles on children's faces -- but they're giving utility officials a big headache.
The calmer the winds, the safer the conditions for navigating balloons.
Why is it bad for the environment to release balloons into the air?
Balloons and condoms that come in contact with body fluids discharge chemicals suspected of being human carcinogens, a study suggests.
Several cases of emergent treatment of CBS with balloons or covered stents have been reported.