wireless

Part of speech: adjective

Without wires; not using wires; as, wireless telegraphy, telegraphy without the use of connecting wires.

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Usage examples "wireless":

  1. It had been despatched by wireless from on board the s. - "Swirling Waters", Max Rittenberg.
  2. Everything that must be explained must be told by means which reach into the spectator's memory of what has gone before and make it the positive pole of the battery from which flash the wireless messages from the scene of action. - "Writing for Vaudeville", Brett Page.
  3. There were two or three lines along the top of the page, and they jumped right at my eyes, though of course I didn't mean to read them-" in case you don't get the wireless. - "The Lightning Conductor Discovers America", C. N. (Charles Norris) Williamson and A. M. (Alice Muriel) Williamson.