Definition of spaceship
: a vehicle used for space travel
Recent Examples of spaceship from the Web
In a more sensible world, a woman such as Mensch would be running around a train station warning commuters about the spaceships in the lavatory car.
Reynolds also found the site used for the spaceport of Mos Eisley, where Hans Solo's spaceship is docked and the cantina where audiences meet Hans Solo.
A spaceship prop left behind from a science-fiction film adds to the extraterrestrial feel.
ITS spaceships could begin flying to Mars about 10 years from now, if everything goes well, Musk added.
In 1988, to mark the milestone that is turning 42, his party apparently featured the strange spectacle of a 15-foot spaceship, hovering in a haze of smoke, flashing lasers above his and his then-wife Ivana’s heads.
Shipping anything into space is incredibly expensive because of added fuel costs for each extra pound, so a smaller spaceship would be a huge advantage.
Retrofitted with cardboard, strollers have been magicked into spaceships.
Above him, over the course of the night, several large triangular platforms assembled and disassembled, Transformer-like, into different avian or spaceship shapes.
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