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An agent on the outer perimeter radios in that the motorcade is in sight.

To easily switch between sounds, the organ is outfitted with dozens of preset buttons like the kind found in old radios.

People had been carrying around music for several years – transistor radios, the Walkman, etc.

Businessmen offered free suits or radios or hundred-dollar bills for home runs or shutouts or game-winning hits.

Jon and Eric hit the radios and called in the assault teams.

This curve I was putting on the ball, it came to me then, wasn't limited to jukeboxes and noisy radios and burnt-out bearings.

They begin to want modern houses and radios and refrigerators and pianos—you have no idea what they begin to want, Matt!

Parachutists with field radios had jumped, while other flares burned to light them to the ground.

They're probably calling up reserve officers, with any radios that are still working.

The spotbroadcasters in emotional voices gave the news to those whose radios still functioned.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to radios, such as: camcorders, computers, stereos, televisions, transistors, and vcrs.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.