enginery

NOUN
  1. machinery consisting of engines collectively
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How To Use enginery In A Sentence

  • The basic enginery is there already, and Blizzard's presence in the field makes me think it won't be very long until this happens. The face of information
  • The same tremendous enginery was again brought into play in the case of Sirven. Voltaire
  • I will expound to you — as I alone can — the secret of the enginery that effected the Rattleborough miracle — the one, the true, the admitted, the undisputed, the indisputable miracle, which put a definite end to infidelity among the Rattleburghers and converted to the orthodoxy of the grandames all the carnal-minded who had ventured to be sceptical before. Thou Art the Man
  • We must give Webster all the thunder-and-lightning circulars and advertising enginery that is needful. Mark Twain
  • Via Warren Ellis, uma ideia fascinante: A kind of flying Hawaii, or anti-gravitational Micronesia, with tanned deck-hands leaping across aerodynamic tailfins to the soundtrack of ceaseless enginery, the helicopter archipelago would act as an escape hatch from traditional, nation-state sovereignty. Leituras
  • Both he and my father believed in the efficacy of this kind of enginery, but, as the case happened, the beau chevalier was down low enough at the moment his highborn lady listened to the song. The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 4
  • They must perish, and there is no over-god to stop or to mollify this hideous enginery that grinds and thunders, and takes them up into its terrific system. Uncollected Prose
  • Northern June -- lingered not long with us, but, filling the once peaceful glens and valleys with her pathos, stole away rebukefully before the savage enginery of man. Quite So
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