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adjective as in energetic

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No past mission has measured electric fields, nor will any of the three missions launched in 2020.

This technology adds an electric charge to particles, which makes them stick to surfaces instead of floating airborne.

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General Motors’ beaten-down stock price could triple if the carmaker spins off its burgeoning electric-vehicle business, according to a Wall Street analyst.

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The SPAC public listing method has already been used this year by electric-vehicle startups Nikola and Fisker.

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Then the star’s center gets so hot that protons — tiny particles, each with a positive electric charge — hit each other and stick together.

The TVA, a federally owned and chartered electric power provider, is a New Deal legacy just like Social Security.

In the bowl of an electric mixer, cream the butter and brown sugar until light and fluffy.

To that end, the budget postpones federal phase-out of incandescent electric bulbs.

On Thursday, Russian bloggers published pictures of empty shelves in stores that once sold electric goods.

Hart Electric LLC An Illinois- based manufacturer of electrical components, and H.I. Cable.

Like an electric shock, the well-known chords of the Tragala aroused his hearers—every one crowded round the singer.

The effect of his drumming before the Café de la Loge was electric.

"I wish the old homes of England had electric lights," thought Miss Otis, with a sigh.

Above, great standard electric lamps shed their white glare upon the eddying throng casting a myriad of grotesque shadows.

Not one of the early electric actions proved either quick or reliable, and all were costly to install and maintain.


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On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to electric, such as: electric/electrical, magnetic, ac, dc, dynamic, and rousing.

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