Pilot and Tail

Pilot

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Pilot verb – To point out the way for (someone) especially from a position in front.
Usage example: the lead rider piloted the rest of the team

Tail is an antonym for pilot.
Nearby Words: piloted, piloting, pilotage, pilothouse
Antonyms for Pilot

Tail

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Tail verb – To go after or on the track of.
Usage example: tailed my brother-in-law to see where he was going at that time of the evening

Pilot is an antonym for tail.
Nearby Words: tailpiece, tailing, tailed, tailless
Antonyms for Tail
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How words are described

human human pilot human tail
full full pilot full tail
short short pilot short tail
single single pilot single tail
Other adjectives: actual, real, black, new, giant.

Common collocations

ship pilot ship tail ship

Both words in one sentence

  • First operation resulted in one engine destroyed, the co-pilot and tail gunner killed, the wings on fire, and he still managed to get bombs on target and return 'safely'.
  • Unusual User Interface In Timothy Zahn's The Conquerors Trilogy, the Copperheads were controlled through a jack in the back of the heads of the pilot and tail gunner, with the interface basically mapping the fighter's functions to a virtual human body.
  • Brain–Computer Interface In Timothy Zahn's The Conquerors Trilogy (Conqueror's Pride, Conqueror's Heritage, and Conqueror's Legacy), the Copperheads were controlled through a jack in the back of the heads of the pilot and tail gunner, with the interface basically mapping the fighter's functions to a virtual human body.
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Tail and Pilot. (2016). Retrieved 2020, October 22, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/pilot/tail
Pilot & Tail. N.p., 2016. Web. 22 Oct. 2020. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/pilot/tail>.
Tail or Pilot. 2016. Accessed October 22, 2020. https://thesaurus.plus/related/pilot/tail.

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