|flying lizard||draco lizard|
|flying lizard||flying dragon|
|(Zoology) tailed amphibian from the order Caudata found in warm temperate climates (resembles a small lizard), mythical reptile living in fire, portable stove, small animal resembling lizard||salamander|
|19thC warship, check regularly for developments, check the quality of transmitted signals, closed-circuit television set, computer program, computer video display, giant, listen to broadcasts or telephone conversations, monitor lizard, nozzle, school s...||monitor|
|ability to fly, air trip, cause to float toward target, extraordinary mental feat, fly together, flying; aviation; trip on an airplane; set of stairs; escape, running away; group (of birds, planes, etc.); passage of time, group flying together, group o...||flight|
|act of flying with the wings rigidly extended instead of being flapped (said of birds); act of flying with a glider; act of soaring; (Music) slur||gliding|
|act of hovering, be flying in one spot, be in an unstable condition, be undecided, float in the air, hang suspended in the air, float on air; linger in an area; waver, vacillate, stay around the same level, wait near somebody or something||hover|
|aeromedicine, medical specialty concerning effects of flying||aviation medicine|
|aeroplane, jet plane, flying vehicle||airplane|
|agama, small long-tailed lizard||agamid|
|agamid, small lizard||agama|
|air attack, attack something with gunfire, attack with a machine gun from a low-flying aircraft||strafe|
|aircraft passenger, aircraft pilot, flyer, flying start, person or thing which flies; pilot, aviator; small printed notice or advertisement, printed sheet widely distributed, risky undertaking, step in straight staircase||flier|
|aircraft, flying system, short takeoff and landing||STOL|
|American chameleon, lizard that changes color||anole|
|animal belonging to the family of lizards and dinosaurs, resembling a lizard; from the family of lizards and dinosaurs (Zoology)||saurian|
|any of a number of four-legged reptiles with scaly skin and long tapering tails, large reptile resembling lizard, leather made from lizard skin||lizard|
|any of a number of small nocturnal lizards who eat insects and make shrill or clicking noises, small tropical lizard||gecko|
|any vehicle which can be flown through the air (i.e. airplane or helicopter), flying vehicle||aircraft|
|area above stage, ball hit high, be acceptable, be discussed increasingly, be pilot, be quick to do something, crafty, disappear, display flag on pole, edge of flag, entrance flap of tent, float through air, fly ball, fly-fishing lure, flying insect, f...||fly|
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