Thesaurus / cinematograph
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They made a sort of shuddering veil, almost recalling the dizziness of a cinematograph.

The Man Who Was ThursdayG. K. Chesterton

Leaving Yvette to do her work alone I set up the cinematograph.

Camps and Trails in ChinaRoy Chapman Andrews and Yvette Borup Andrews

About this time I had become interested in the cinematograph.

Adventures in SwazilandOwen Rowe O'Neil

A series of cinematograph pictures has been taken of the pedometer at a moment when the children are being measured.

Practice alone can make perfect, and experience is the more necessary because the cinematograph is an all-the-year-round machine.

Practical Cinematography and Its ApplicationsFrederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot

Wireless apparatus and photographic or cinematograph apparatus for use on aircraft.

Blake, too, was a man who would have done wonders with the cinematograph if it had only been invented sooner.

Six Major ProphetsEdwin Emery Slosson

The cinematograph is perfect up to that point It must make a new start if it's to go any further.

GossamerGeorge A. Birmingham

But it must be borne in mind that in the cinematograph film one is working with a much more sensitive emulsion.

Practical Cinematography and Its ApplicationsFrederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot

There were scores of proposals that I should sing, and offers from cinematograph and talking-machine firms.

My MemoirsMarguerite Steinheil

WORDS RELATED TO CINEMATOGRAPH

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.