machinery

[ muh-shee-nuh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF machinery

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MACHINERY

As yet the use of machinery and artificial manure is almost unknown.

He had even designed the machinery for making and laying the cable.

There was trouble in that place—moaning, splashing, gurgling, and the clank of machinery.

Machinery is a triumph of handicraft as truly as sculpture and architecture.

It always seemed to me as though she were stuffed, and as though she moved by machinery.

I don't reckon they've begun yet, hardly; they're gittin' the machinery in place.

The bovine humanity fitted to the machinery as the ox to the treadmill.

That rod broke, and in breaking it damaged other parts of the machinery.

I must disable this machinery and give the tug a chance to escape.

The tug's hull was practically filled with a maze of machinery.

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