- n. Plural form of gizmo.
“He includes gizmos from the early 20th century (Zippo Windproof Lighter, 1932; Master Lock Padlock, 1924) all the way up to 2005.”
“Just one of those little stick-on plastic name gizmos that you make with a handheld label-maker.”
“Atwood also addresses the controversy surrounding her rejection of the SF label; she says it's a misunderstanding stemming from her very narrow definition of the term, a definition involving gizmos and skintight unitards.”
“Convincing consumers that the gizmos are a good thing is turning out to be a tough sell.”
“I have to say I'm not terribly pleased with it, if only because I pretty much suck at drawing "gizmos" and Mr. Fantastic's lab should be full of them.”
“The more "gizmos" someone has on their table or the more "new agey" they sound over the phone, doesn't necessarily make them "great".”
“Fuel and gizmos would be transported from another node in LEO via weak stability boundary trajectories.”
“I am angry that we now purchase the things we invented from Asia instead of producing our own cars, computers, electronic gizmos, etc. thanks to "free trade.”
“The bad juxtaposition of being in Deployment Land but having access to all the gadgets and gizmos and shopping areas stateside while mentally being somewhere sandy, stinky, and with mass shower facilities causes all sorts of strange behavior headed up by things like, "Honey, I need to grab a Sham Wow to use as a towel over there.”
“Not too much need for a "blood light" gizmos when you watch them fall over.”
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