[ US /ˈkeɪbəɫˌɡɹæm/ ]
[ UK /kˈe‍ɪbə‍lɡɹˌæm/ ]
  1. a telegram sent abroad
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How To Use cablegram In A Sentence

  • A doctor did the describing in the interests of VD control, and cablegrams were provided that the men might reassure the folks back home that the 30th had landed having the situation well in hand.
  • Although the Office of Censorship did intercept and read letters and cablegrams and tap phone calls, most Americans accepted the abridgment of their First Amendment rights during the global crisis.
  • Amy found the New York address that he had given her before he sailed, and she sent him a cablegram. THE WHITE DOVE
  • -- The remaining department of Telegraphy is embodied in the startling departure from ancient ideas of the possible which we know as cable telegraphy, the messages by such means being _cablegrams_. Steam, Steel and Electricity
  • In the intervals between these desperate and expensive cablegrams to Benghazi - they were long and frequent - my employer would reminisce.
  • But if the failure of the cablegram on that first day may be called an immense disaster, where is the dictionary that can turn out a phrase sizeable enough to describe the tenth day's failure? The American Claimant
  • Second, it broke these expenses down into a large series of cost accounts, tracking everything from the cost of fuel to the charges for cablegrams into separate cost categories.
  • My grandmother and father were just sitting down to dinner after coming home from church when the cablegram arrived.
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