telegraph wire

  1. the wire that carries telegraph and telephone signals
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use telegraph wire In A Sentence

  • The tree is also good climbing material for the cat, who seems oblivious to the prickly foliage and spends hours at the top precariously lunging at flies and watching the birds who sit just out of reach on the telegraph wires.
  • We have Vernetta Lopez and all the other Eurasians on telly and radio, and we have the de Souzas and the D'Almeidas, who made their fortune harvesting gutta-percha which was used to insulate telegraph wires.
  • They walked along the edge of the line, and heard the telegraph wires humming over their heads. The Railway Children
  • The mathematical description of heat flow linked his work on thermodynamics, the cooling of the Earth and even the flow of electrical signals through telegraph wires.
  • The rain is sheeting across the horizon like ripped dustbin liners caught on a telegraph wire.
  • Trading stores were looted and telegraph wires cut.
  • An overspill from the pub sat on the wall opposite with pints and ghetto-blasters and a dozen pairs of runners hung by their laces from the telegraph wires overhead.
  • The solar storm in September 1859 turned night into day with telegraph wires bursting into flames. The Sun
  • The use of telegraph wires and train tracks, cattle cars etc to suggest shifts in distance and dimension is particularly skillful. Bourbaki Panorama - Boing Boing
  • He tried it on the Purple Crackles that flew in the fields by the blackberry bushes; the little Gold Finches that swayed on the grasses; and the topknotted Kingbirds on the telegraph wires overhead. Half-Past Seven Stories
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy