How To Use Live wire In A Sentence

  • Live wires left dangling from the ceiling could harm far more than your pride. Times, Sunday Times
  • That is a live wire.
  • If you touch this live wire, you'll get a shock.
  • There was a live wire of pain in him that provoked very emotional reactions to his couture and ready-to-wear shows. Times, Sunday Times
  • Live wires left dangling from the ceiling could harm far more than your pride. Times, Sunday Times
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  • Live Wire also contains backstage stories and profiles, including an article on Jon Marans as background for Old Wicked Songs.
  • If you touch this live wire, you'll get a shock.
  • Wendy is the real live wire of the department who motivates all the others.
  • Live wires left dangling from the ceiling could harm far more than your pride. Times, Sunday Times
  • You get an electric shock if you touch a live wire.
  • His AC power was transmitted at much higher voltages than the DC alternative, making it potentially lethal if unshielded workers touched live wires.
  • A wire charged with electricity is called a live wire.
  • An electricity company is warning children to stay away from its cables after workers found a rope swing attached to live wires.
  • The lineman was severely burned by the live wire.
  • They disabled an alarm system at a store by cutting through live wires at a Telecom junction box which put thousands of phones in the region out of action.
  • The blue is the neutral wire, the green and yellow striped is the earth wire and the brown is the live wire. Times, Sunday Times
  • While Anita was the live wire who inspired, remonstrated and cajoled, Gordon's great strength was a sympathique nature that enabled this unassuming, conservative Scot to build friendships in the most surprising places. Observer Ethical Awards: Gordon Roddick, Lifetime Achievement Award
  • The cast/crew is excellent: Richard Holt's John is an amiable prefect, Akiya Henry's Titty is an imaginative live wire, Katie Moore's Susan is as tidy as her plimsolls and Stewart Wright's Roger is a treat – a colossus in cardigans. Swallows and Amazons – review
  • A wire charged with electricity is called a live wire.
  • He accidentally touched a live wire attached to overhead power cables.
  • There was a live wire of pain in him that provoked very emotional reactions to his couture and ready-to-wear shows. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is very quiet, but his sister is a real live wire.
  • Estes' forehead brushed the live wire.
  • Out in the car park, live wire Menashe has put away his coloured silk racing shirt and donned his civvies.
  • The lineman was severely burned by the live wire.
  • Live wires left dangling from the ceiling could harm far more than your pride. Times, Sunday Times
  • You get an electric shock if you touch a live wire.
  • The exposed live wires pose a great danger to unwary people, especially children who could touch these wires while playing.
  • Thousands of volts surged through his car after he careered into a lamp post, ripping out live wires.
  • got a shock from a live wire
  • a live wire

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