alternating

[ verb awl-ter-neyt, al-; adjective, noun awl-ter-nit, al- ]SEE DEFINITION OF alternating

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALTERNATING

The sun rose and set, alternating with the staring moon and stars.

The circuit-breaker worked and the alternating current did the rest.

All the passengers were herded there, with Miko and Moa alternating on guard.

Find out whether the current in your laboratory is direct or alternating.

It is pleasant to hear the rush, and the calm, of tide race, alternating.

And from here we come to the exceptional cases of alternating personality.

Time, therefore, is an element in the operation of alternating currents.

They have tough, sinewy fibers, alternating with softer material.

Often a more agreeable method is by alternating these methods.

The peppermints were arranged in a row, a red one and a striped one alternating.

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