A rigid airship having a long cylindrical body supported by internal gas cells.(noun)
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Use "zeppelin" in a sentence
"And now the zeppelin is making its way up the mountain to the dwarven hold of Steelhome."
"As a boy, I remember the zeppelins flying over Scarborough, and I'd shout out to my mom, "schauen Sie Mamma, es ist ein zeppelin!""
"I know, I know, but the word zeppelin has more umpf to it than does blimp."