telegraph[ tel-i-graf, -grahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF telegraph
Synonyms for telegraph
- coded message
- telegraphic message
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TELEGRAPH
They have seen the telegraph line, as can be seen by signs they make, but they cannot speak English.
"Write, telegraph—pray let me know somehow," answered Hardy.
As far away from post offices and telegraph offices as possible.
The young man looked at the world from a telegraph point of view.
Yates, as he lay on the ground, wrote rapidly on the telegraph blank.
Years afterwards Morse declared that this was the turning-point in the history of the telegraph.
A political incident spread the fame of the telegraph far and wide.
From 1873-5 he was engaged in perfecting his 'Electro-harmonic telegraph.'
Flags were flying from the little church and the telegraph station on shore.
A telegraph operator, in their eyes, has no business to invent.