hull-loss accident

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from nautical terminology

Noun[edit]

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hull-loss accident (plural hull-loss accidents)

  1. An aviation accident where the damage to the aircraft is such that it must be written off, or in which the aircraft is totally destroyed.
    The Marshall University plane crash was an all-fatal, horrific hull-loss accident.