wiring[ wahyuh r-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF wiring
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIRING
There was wiring everywhere, and a multitude of lighting fixtures.
First he brought out from the ship coils of wiring and jumbles of instruments.
While Sutter looked on with apprehensive eyes, he began to tinker with the wiring.
His limbs lost their flexibility, and some of his wiring started to corrode.
The fire was quickly extinguished after that and the wiring spliced.
The next step is wiring the wings and legs and substituting muscles of same.
It had not missed an explosion save when its wiring was wetted by spray.
It would rust their joints, short their wiring, and kill them.
A man wanted to change the location of the wiring in his cement-floored garage.
Now they are saving the remainder, and wiring to their friends, I've no doubt.