verb (used with object), ther·mo·stat·ted or ther·mo·stat·ed; ther·mo·stat·ting or ther·mo·stat·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM thermostatther·mo·stat·ic, adjectivether·mo·stat·i·cal·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for thermostat
If you’ll be adventuring in extremely cold conditions, consider adding additional insulation to holding tank areas and running your thermostat higher to keep the vehicle warmer.The best winter road trips for RVs, from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to the Florida Keys|Heather Balogh Rochfort|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
The thermostat also contains sensors that tell it when a person is near, so that it “will magically wake up when you approach it,” Desai said.
People want to be able to control their thermostats with an app, she said.
If you say “set the thermostat to vacation mode,” it will ask what you mean by that and then remember it for the future.Amazon’s Fall 2020 products announcements include a security camera drone that flies around your house|Stan Horaczek|September 24, 2020|Popular Science
However, the weathering thermostat takes hundreds of thousands of years to react to changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide.How Earth’s Climate Changes Naturally (and Why Things Are Different Now)|Howard Lee|July 21, 2020|Quanta Magazine
The automatic iron has what is called a thermostatic control which holds the temperature of the iron at the heat you want.Electricity for the 4-H Scientist|Eric B. Wilson
Fig. 69 shows a thermostatic control valve attached to the bottom of a heater coil, and at the side of storage tank.Elements of Plumbing|Samuel Dibble
This is accomplished by means of a thermostatic bar made of plates of brass and vulcanite fastened together.
He had to get home, somehow, and tell Edwin to hold up production on the new thermostatic suit.
It probably wouldn't be noticed that the torn and blood-spattered clothes on the corpse were not thermostatic.
British Dictionary definitions for thermostat
Derived forms of thermostatthermostatic, adjectivethermostatically, adverb
Scientific definitions for thermostat
Cultural definitions for thermostat
A device that monitors and automatically responds to changes in temperature and activates switches controlling devices such as furnaces or air conditioners.