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power line

noun as in cable carrying electricity

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For safety, you may want to plan to stay off roadways and charge devices in case a few trees fall near power lines.

His mind works like a light switch to a power line, and it’s the biggest problem he poses for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The big snakes can even climb up utility poles and across power lines.

Gases in the solar atmosphere and Earth’s own thin envelope interrupt the transmission of sunlight, the way power lines cause static in a radio signal.

Birds fly into windows, communication towers, wind turbines, cars, trucks and power lines.

He wrote an open letter—posted to the conservative blog Power Line—that quickly went viral.

The Times never ran the letter, but the right-of-center blog Power Line did, and a conservative star was born.

In South Carolina, it was a new interstate highway, in New Hampshire, it was burying a power line coming in from Canada.

Watch as these geniuses set a Christmas tree on fire in their backyard—under a tree and what appears to be a power line.

But we also thought a power line might have fallen, because there was smoke immediately and the smell of burning.

Looking away toward the top of the ridge where a single power line cut across to a distant coal mine, he said, “We might do it.”

Is there any power line passing within twenty miles of here?

Electricity is in use on many farms, being supplied from either an individually owned plant or a nearby power line.

The power line and the high steel tower were hurtling at him.

In five minutes the power line had been cut and cables spliced to the ends.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to power line, such as: cable, cord, power cable, electricity cable, high-voltage line, and lead.

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