wire

[ wahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF wire

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIRE

The framework is of bamboo, strengthened and held taut with wire guys.

You are no Frenchman, to spit flesh with a wire; but you can shoot, can't you?

It was tried on a wire laid across the Rhine between Deutz and Cologne.

Nor was it essential the wire should be straight; it might be bent into angles.

The electricity had taken a certain time to travel from the ends of the wire to the middle.

Of these, the single-needle instrument, requiring only one wire, is still in use.

This pointed out to him that the wire might be sensitive to sound when in a state of fracture.

The wire puzzles and the association tea were an immense feature of these.

But Turkey was far better armed with his lash of wire than I was with the club.

Do you mind if I fasten them on with wire so they can't fall?

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nounadvantage, substance
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