- of, relating to, or happening by means of a telephone system.
- carrying sound to a distance by artificial means.
Origin of telephonic
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Examples from the Web for telephonic
Brett explained to his companions the motives of his second telephonic message.The Albert Gate Mystery
The lookout should have telephonic connection with rangers down the slopes.The Spell of the Rockies
Enos A. Mills
In a moment Jimmy was in telephonic communication with his chief.The Flying Reporter
Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss
These are for the most part worked from two signal-boxes in telephonic communication.Minimum Gauge Railways
Then it transpired that this concert was a telephonic experiment.American Inventions and Inventors
William A. Mowry
Word Origin and History for telephonic
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