Origin of gimbals
How to use gimbals in a sentence
The half gimbal B pivoting in the socket of the base C allows the register to receive the strain in the direct line.
He opened the scuttles, hooked back the door, and lit the brass gimbal-lamp.Command|William McFee
There was a great box swinging in twenty-foot gimbal rings over in the Shed.Space Tug|Murray Leinster
Gimbal, gim′bal, n. a contrivance for suspending the mariner's compass, so as to keep it always horizontal.
The four pistons are carried upon the gimbal ring, which connects, by means of pivots, the two chair couplings.