widget

[ US /ˈwɪdʒɪt/ ]
[ UK /wˈɪd‍ʒɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. something unspecified whose name is either forgotten or not known
    she eased the ball-shaped doodad back into its socket
    there may be some great new gizmo around the corner that you will want to use
  2. a device or control that is very useful for a particular job
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How To Use widget In A Sentence

  • When I try to add a Folder widget, the browse button is greyed out and I can't edit the preset chrome URL, which doesn't lead me anywhere. Four Experimental Firefox Extensions Worth An Extra Click | Lifehacker Australia
  • Far from the bucolic paradise of popular myth, with lowing herds winding slowly o'er the lea, modern farms have as much romance as a widget factory.
  • The days when developers would sit at a text editor manually arranging buttons, listboxes and other widgets by brain power alone are pretty much gone.
  • The most exciting of these is the jetpack, which is powered by new widget Rocket Fuel. Eurogamer
  • The secret is a little widget in the can.
  • SplashCast is probably most similar to the idea of Slide — where a creator pushes fresh content out to widget player subscribers — though that service just seems to get cutesier every time we look at it. Video Widgets Descend on DEMO
  • As you get deeper into turkeys, you'll find an almost infinite number of widgets, gadgets and gimmicks for turkey hunters.
  • We want to get CASPA up there, to be available direct to TVs, without users needing to own a TiVo. "launched by Yahoo! and Intel in August 2008 as an evolution of Yahoo! 's confabulator-based PC widgets. iTWire - Latest Headlines
  • The vast majority of canned beers in the U.S. are of the American Light Lager variety, for which a beer widget would be counterproductive.
  • And the “have lits of widgets to play around with” factor – I know people who really are drawn by that, and it certainly helps as a revenue model when you can sell high profit margin addons like battle mats, minis, tokens, power cards, etc. D&D 4e’s Out… And It’s Awful. Here’s Why « Geek Related
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