flying saucer


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  • noun

Synonyms for flying saucer

an (apparently) flying object whose nature is unknown

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Two little men in a flying saucer flew around the world one day, looked to left and right of it, couldn't stand the sight of it and quickly flew away.
There were even suggestions that the aliens had set up a flying saucer base beneath the Stack Rocks in the bay.
Alex, an antique dealer and grandad, was 12 when he claimed to have photo- graphed five flying saucers above his parents' house in Sheffield in 1962.
Bruce Fain, who lives on Ridgedale Drive, says: "It's so alarming, especially when you see the banner talking about them being taken away on a flying saucer.
He once said to me 'People think you're mad if you say you've seen a flying saucer - I've only ever seen one once; I've never seen one since.
He claimed that in 1952 he had met a Venusian, when a flying saucer hovered over him and six other people.
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A GIANT flying saucer turned up yesterday among the baboons at Knowsley Safari Park park after disappearing from the home of a village prankster nearly two months ago.
And, if ET does exist, it is unlikely to make its way to earth by flying saucer, scientists in Birmingham will claim tomorrow.
All this was accompanied by ethereal, druggily sluggish rock music in the manner of the Bristol-based band Flying Saucer Attack.
The hardline Fars news agency illustrated its story with a photo of a flying saucer, similar to one appearing in a 1950s Hollywood B-movie, hovering over an unidentified wooded landscape.
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A 25-year-old mother and housewife phoned the Examiner after seeing on Ceefax that a flying saucer had landed on the M62 near Scammonden.
BELIEVE it or not, British Rail patented a thermonuclear-powered flying saucer in 1973 which would have left the company's Eurostar light years behind, but for some unknown reason, the BR Saucer did not get out of the sidings.
The flying saucer is officially called Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD).