telegraph pole

  1. tall pole supporting telephone wires
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How To Use telegraph pole In A Sentence

  • The Subaru then veered across the road and hit a telegraph pole, eventually becoming lodged between the pole and a tree.
  • At first glance it looks like an ordinary telegraph pole but it's really a cunningly disguised mobile phone mast.
  • The long planks of timber fell off the truck to the left, knocking down a telegraph pole and felling telephone lines in the area.
  • From the feel of it she thought it could be a telegraph pole.
  • They are a common bird in Florida and they can be seen everywhere nesting on telegraph poles.
  • He lost control of the car, striking a kerb, a stone wall and a telegraph pole.
  • He hit a telegraph pole with the prop and went straight into a farmhouse. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940
  • The telegraph poles were made of solid ice. SIGNOR MARCONI'S MAGIC BOX: The invention that sparked the radio revolution
  • Perhaps the most poignant memorial is a bunch of 26 white wooden tulips tied to a telegraph pole. The Sun
  • Then there was the adrenalin rush of racing to see one very rare bird: a fork-tailed flycatcher, perched on a telegraph pole.
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