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used in The Angel Experiment

7 uses
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elevation (height) — typically above sea level or above the earth's surface


(metaphorically) a desirable height
  • I squinted and focused, all the time gaining altitude.
    Part 3 (2% in)
altitude = elevation (height)
  • Outside, he lost altitude too fast and landed clumsily on a rickety roof beam.
    Part 2 (61% in)
  • She hunched her shoulders and tucked her head down, feeling herself lose altitude.
    Part 2 (69% in)
  • When I got close to the meeting place, I started circling big, losing altitude slowly while examining the ground, the cliffs, the shadows.
    Part 3 (1% in)
  • Angel had managed to stay airborne all this time, but she was sagging and losing altitude.
    Part 3 (93% in)
  • Fang nodded at me, and we aimed downward, enjoying the heady rush of losing altitude.
    Part 6 (6% in)
  • Total seemed to like the wind whistling through his fur, and the altitude didn't seem to be bothering his breathing yet.
    Epilogue (26% in)

There are no more uses of "altitude" in The Angel Experiment.

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