Origin of gadget
Related formsgadg·et·y [gaj-i-tee] /ˈgædʒ ɪ ti/, adjective
Examples from the Web for gadget
The estimated ship date of the gadget is December 2014—perfect timing to say sayonara to smoking forever.
The gadget goes for $75 and can be reused nearly 40 times before the battery needs to be recharged.New Gadget Detects Date Rape Drugs, But Will Women Use It?|Natalie Raschke|July 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Coin has created a gadget the size of a single credit card that can store payment data for all the cards in your wallet.
To be sure, I use a lot of gadget shortcuts: slow cooker, sous vide, now a pressure cooker.
Yet despite the obvious need for a solution, when the young women first proposed their gadget, engineers were skeptical.sOccket Inventors: Being Young and Stubborn Helps Innovation|Casey Schwartz|March 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But the company he was trying to sell his gadget to wanted me to take a look at it as an observer.With No Strings Attached|Gordon Randall Garrett (AKA David Gordon)
"You sold me a gadget I didn't need five years ago," said Chambers.Empire|Clifford Donald Simak
Artie looked at the gadget, sitting and whistling on the floor of the lab, then turned a bleak-but-still-hopeful glance my way.Double or Nothing|Jack Sharkey
Nelson fished through his pack until he felt the familiar shape of the gadget he wanted.The Happy Man|Gerald Wilburn Page
He rang and rang and rang, on the cut-off line with his gadget hooked in to call July the twelfth.Sam, This is You|William Fitzgerald Jenkins