Origin of wireless telegraphy
OTHER WORDS FROM wireless telegraphywireless telegraph, noun
Words nearby wireless telegraphy
How to use wireless telegraphy in a sentence
The Wireless Joey will help you watch more shows on more screens.
And new innovations continue to make wireless, on-demand viewing the new way our families consume TV.
Speaking of Grandma, The Wireless Joey is so simple she can install it herself.
It is cutting-edge products like these that are helping define this new age of wireless entertainment.
Wireless was cheaper than wired communications, and cell phones were proliferating.
“She just thought of that wireless thing so as 116 to make the rest of us look cheap,” Belle was heard to say to her friends.
That folding wireless staff you use on the Marigold is repeated right on the top of that tower.
For a moment Dick was strongly tempted to tell his companion about the wireless he had received.
He was in a fever to know why this very respectable firm of lawyers should have sent a wireless to him.
The fact that you are here tells me that the wireless you got on the ship was not only bona fide but important.