WATS

NOUN
  1. a telephone line;long distance service at fixed rates for fixed zones; an acronym for wide area telephone service
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How To Use WATS In A Sentence

  • Tournament organiser Ussher Watson will take late entries for the junior events this evening at Belfast 647934.
  • She said if the Watson Bill was passed she stood to lose her job and tied house at a livery yard at Craigie, near Kilmarnock.
  • It would certainly explain in part why the 31-year-old Watson took so long to win his first PGA Tour event, the 2010 Travelers Championship (he defeated his Ryder Cup captain, Corey Pavin, in a play-off). Bubba Watson and Dustin Johnson add power to USA's Ryder Cup bid
  • whatsit", and then Dr Watson may decide that dumpreg. exe is itself unresponsive so it launches further instance (s) of dumpreg. exe to report the failure (s) of the previous instance (s), and the system suffers a fatal embrace and hardly ever looks at the mouse and keyboard to see me hammering away in desperation. DonationCoder.com Forum
  • Watson had grown up on the rocky coast of New Brunswick in a village with the lyrical name Saint Andrews by the Sea. The Whale Warriors
  • Criticism that police may have been slow in responding was rejected by detective inspector Watson.
  • From here we are treated to an account of Watson's rise through the political labour movement.
  • The clues aren't obvious—very few will be decked in deerstalker hats or carrying a pipe, and they most pointedly do not say, "Elementary, my dear Watson," a phrase their hero never once uttered in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's works. The Case of the Sherlock Convention
  • However, hotel staff say they refused to serve him at the bar, and claim that as a result Watson issued an angry tirade of abuse.
  • A quick call to Young Watski who was luckily in the area secured the loan of his car for the rest of the day.
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