Definition of Telephone cord

1. Noun. The telephone wire that connects to the handset.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telephone Cord

telephone answering machine
telephone bell
telephone bill
telephone book
telephone booth
telephone booths
telephone box
telephone call
telephone calls
telephone card
telephone cards
telephone circuit
telephone company
telephone conference
telephone conversation
telephone cord (current term)
telephone dial
telephone directories
telephone directory
telephone exchange
telephone extension
telephone interview
telephone jack
telephone jacks
telephone kiosk
telephone line
telephone lines
telephone message
telephone number
telephone numbers

Literary usage of Telephone cord

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1. Telephones, Their Construction and Fitting: A Practical Treatise on the by Frederick Charles Allsop (1892)
"See that the two ends of the telephone cord are not frayed, ... If the telephone cord is suspected of being broken, it should be removed and tested for ..."

2. Telephones, Their Construction and Fitting: A Practical Treatise on the by Frederick Charles Allsop (1892)
"See that the two ends of the telephone cord are not frayed, ... If the telephone cord is suspected of being broken, it should be removed and tested for ..."

3. Electricity in our homes and workshops by Sydney Ferris Walker (1889)
"Outside View. terminal, to which is connected the other wire of the telephone cord, is connected to one end of the secondary wire of the induction coil, ..."

4. Exhibition (1874)
"Covered Flexible telephone cord, etc. — This telephone cord is neatly prepared in an inexpensive and popular form, to meet the sudden and great demand for ..."

5. Americans with Disabilities Act: Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"If an acoustic coupler is used, the telephone cord shall be sufficiently long to allow connection of the text telephone and the telephone receiver. ..."

6. The Practical Telephone Handbook: And Guide to the Telephonic Exchange by J. Poole (1906)
"The telephone cord frequently causes intermittent faults by the tinsel conductors becoming broken, or by part of the tinsel of one conductor piercing the ..."

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