Definition of Electric cord
1. Noun. A light insulated conductor for household use.
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Literary usage of Electric cord
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Electrical Cases: Being a Collection of All the Important Cases by William Weeks Morrill, Frank Bixby Gilbert, Austin B. Griffin (1910)
"One of the incandescent electric lamps or bulbs which furnished light for the car barn was attached to one end of an electric cord; the other end of the ..."
2. Papers and Proceedings of the Surgeon General's Conference on Agricultural edited by Melvin L. Myers (1994)
"How many times have you put down an electric cord and said, "Well, I am only going to use this temporarily here; get some power to do this little function. ..."
3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"It consists of a small cylinder called a 'polarizer,' which is used in connection with, the patient's body by means of a common electric cord. ..."
4. Diseases of the nose, throat and ear by William Lincoln Ballenger (1911)
"352 Direct laryngoscopy with Jackson's self-illuminated tube spatula: a, electric cord supplying the lamp at the distal end of the spatula; 6, ..."
5. Victimization: Nature and Trends by Willem Johannes Schurink (1992)
"He attempted to strangle her with an electric cord and then raped her. • On 1989-01-20 at 01:45 an 18-year-old girl woke up to find that a man, ..."
6. Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear, Medical and Surgical by William Lincoln Ballenger (1911)
"352 Direct laryngoscopy with Jackson's self-illuminated tube spatula: a, electric cord supplying the lamp at the distal end of the spatula; b, ..."
7. Cassier's Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02877163] (1903)
"... about half an inch in diameter, far more durable and safe than common electric cord, and takes ils name from the fact that it was specially designed for ..."
8. American Telephone Practice by Kempster Blanchard Miller (1905)
"WESTERN electric cord CIRCUIT FOR PRIVATE BRANCH EXCHANGE. tery has no connection whatever with the talking circuit. The coils of the relays A and B are ..."