Examples of overfly in a Sentence
The jets overflew the stadium.
Recent Examples of overfly from the Web
On Monday, alarm bells sounded in Japan when a North Korean missile overflew its northern provinces.
A second flight by the same jet [was] planned for between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday, when the Russian jet will overfly Bedminster, New Jersey, where [Trump is vacationing].
In the end, the flight landed safely—but not before overflying one plane and descending below 100 feet above ground.
The U.S. has also shot down Iranian drones overflying territory occupied by U.S.-trained militia in southern Syria.
Tasnim news quoted the head of IRGC-AF as saying the missiles overflew Iraq and all hit their targets.
They are used by arriving airplanes and by airplanes overflying.
Based on an analysis of our data, the majority of the aircraft overflying these areas are traveling at altitudes between 11,000 and 24,000 feet Mean Sea Level (MSL).
In Gateway National Recreation Area, near New York City, there are discarded syringes and overflying planes.
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First Known Use of overfly
OVERFLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of overfly for English Language Learners
: to fly over (a place)
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