automatic

[ aw-tuh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF automatic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUTOMATIC

Wheatstone was knighted in 1868, after his completion of the automatic telegraph.

At last, with a shake of the head, we consented to get into the automatic carriage.

Hilary's hand went to the butt of the automatic within his blouse.

He stopped, whirled, automatic thrusting its blue nose forward.

The automatic dropped from his hand, and he crimped up like a stuck grubworm.

Hilary took a firmer grip on his automatic, nodded once to Grim.

If there was—he shrugged his shoulders and loosened the automatic in his blouse.

The automatic control of the Nomad can be used when necessary.

Hence whatever is stiff, automatic, machine-like, excites a smile.

He took in the Captain's automatic, and the bayonets behind me, at a glance.

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