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- n. A message sent via radio.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as radiogram; a wireless message.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A message by wireless telegraph sent by the Marconi system.
It's lucky he refused to let all those chests be carried as cargo; his very last marconigram complained that he had no space for entertaining. '
We got a marconigram last night that they had passed
I considered it a very great honour when I received on board ship a marconigram from this Club, giving me the opportunity of saying something about cricket in Canada and what transpired in England.
"A marconigram for you, miss," said our faithful old gardener, William, entering the drawing-room noiselessly by the chimney.
He said nothing about the marconigram he had sent, or the answer which he had received informing him that there was no such person on board.
Now, perhaps, you can understand the significance of that marconigram from Hamilton Fynes asking me to lunch with him at the
"He sent me a marconigram before he arrived at Queenstown."
"You had no letter from him, then, previous to the marconigram?" the inspector asked.
It was just at this moment that a steward entered with a marconigram, which he presented to the Prince.
Mr. Blithers received a marconigram from the _Jupiter_ when the ship was three days out from New York.
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