electricity

Part of speech: noun

An imponderable and invisible agent manifested in lightning, magnetism, heat, motion, etc.

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Usage examples "electricity":

  1. His power is not as real to us as the power of man's brain and muscles, as steam power, as electricity. - "An Interpretation of Friends Worship", N. Jean Toomer.
  2. He laughed too his careless boyish laugh, and in a moment all the electricity of the past few moments had gone out of the atmosphere. - "The Bars of Iron", Ethel May Dell.
  3. Its effect upon him was like a charge of electricity. - "The Jolliest School of All", Angela Brazil.