generator

Part of speech: noun

One who or that which generates: a machine for the production of gas or electricity.

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Usage examples "generator":

  1. First, as you all know, I've been trying to figure out a generator that would give us intrinsic control, but I haven't got any farther with it than we did back on Tellus. - "The Galaxy Primes", Edward Elmer Smith.
  2. As quickly as I could, I cut the jets so the Patrol couldn't trace us by our ion trail, flipped the negative inertia generator on and gave the ship one minimal blast that hurled her out of sight. - "Noble Redman", Jesse Franklin Bone.
  3. I hold that by the law of electric energy the sun is not a thermal or heating engine as the astronomers proclaim, but is an electric generator and is not hot, and that the sun's rays, neither where they originate or where they act are hot, but they come to the earth as cool currents of electricity, which generate heat near the earth's surface by coming in contact with an opposite electricity and the resistance and friction of its atmosphere. - "The Universe a Vast Electric Organism", George Woodward Warder.