gauge[ geyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF gauge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAUGE
Nevertheless, he has liberated a force that no gauge made by man can measure.
But it is not every man that can gauge the value of a working mine so well as John Kenyon.'
The gauge is a narrow one, so that the locomotive can be made of small dimensions.
The battery was exhausted, but this fact had not been indicated on the gauge.
I was trying cautiously to gauge him, to get from him all the information I could.
I had no way to gauge my own feelings because I had never had such an experience before.
Mind, it is simply as a gauge of the fellow's veracity that this story has any value for us.
You meet with clever fellows every day in the week who have no gauge of their own cleverness.
He checked the gauge with his watch—ninety minutes of oxygen to zero.
I tried to gauge the distance; it was not over two miles from here.