Thesaurus / telegraphed
See definition of telegraphed
other words for telegraphed
- be afraid
- call it
- crystal-ball divine
- figure out
- have a hunch
- hazard a guess
- make book
- psych out
- see coming
- see handwriting on wall
- size up
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Hilda's assumption that the ageing woman had telegraphed for her on inadequate grounds had proved to be quite wrong.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
She telegraphed to her servants to strip her house of its summer shroud, and returned early on the day of his choice.
He telegraphed her a peremptory appeal to go up to her house in London, and she was too wise to refuse.
She was ill, though, when they telegraphed for me; her life for three days and nights hanging on a shred.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
I had then telegraphed to a lawyer I knew in Montreal, and he had replied that he was on the track of the wanderer.
MRS. FALCHION, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
The appearance of the house would inform him whether he would find you and Eva within; or so I telegraphed him in your name.
THE CIRCULAR STUDYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Mis' John C.'s puttin' on 't through, an' mebbe they've telegraphed over the country by this time.
COUNTRY NEIGHBORSALICE BROWN
The owners of the West African steamer had telegraphed that the passengers had left for London in two separate trains.
WITH EDGED TOOLSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
This is what our commander-in-chief meant when he telegraphed as he did: 'The Canadians undoubtedly saved the situation.'
PRIVATE PEATHAROLD R. PEAT
It was sent to my place of business, and my people there telegraphed for me in Provence.
DROSSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN