Propeller Definition

prə-pĕlər
propellers
noun
propellers
A person or thing that propels; specif., a device (in full screw propeller) on a ship or aircraft, consisting typically of two or more blades twisted to describe a helical path as they rotate with the hub in which they are mounted, and serving to propel the craft by the backward thrust of air or water.
Webster's New World
One who, or that which, propels.
Wiktionary

A steamboat thus propelled; a screw steamer.

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Other Word Forms of Propeller

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Singular:
propeller
Plural:
propellers

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