electrician

[ ih-lek-trish-uh n, ee-lek- ]SEE DEFINITION OF electrician
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India-rubber had been tried by Jacobi, the Russian electrician, as far back as 1811.

These, also, make easier and bolder the electrician's tasks.

The electrician put his hand in his pocket, hesitated, and then withdrew it, empty.

It was very quiet in the room when the electrician answered.

The Captain glanced from the electrician to Miss Preston and back again.

The electrician managed to utter some sort of formality, but he couldn't have told what it was.

Captain Perez gasped, and clutched the electrician by the arm.

Captain Eri looked at the electrician's face; he saw nothing but determination there.

I believe in the methods of the chemist and the electrician.

All of them; the electrician, the conductor of the band, she had them all at her feet.

WORD ORIGIN

1751, "scientist concerned with electricity;" 1869 as "technician concerned with electrical systems;" see electric + -ian.

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