electric

[ ih-lek-trik ]SEE DEFINITION OF electric

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELECTRIC

He heard the hum and clang of an electric car off through a chestnut grove.

Behind him, like an electric force pushing him on, the outlaws watched his steps.

Reassured, he drew out an electric torch and set it glowing.

Among my other activities, I wired the parlor for electric light.

A red mist spread between him and the line of electric lights.

The night was hot and an electric fan hummed in a far corner.

Then, placing his finger on the electric button, he added: "What will you drink?"

He also investigated there the laws of electric signals in submarine cables.

Anthony flashed his electric torch over it, and we saw the grain of deal.

By now he realized that he had been scrutinized by the aid of an electric hand-lamp.

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