Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An arrangement for driving a machine, or a small group of machines, by an electric motor.
“And her warm and painterly seem to catch gestures in midair, as motor-drive camera does.”
“Definitely a motor-drive picture," the photographer muttered.”
“* Samartway Industrial Ltd, with motor-drive cameras;”
“* Smartway Industrial Ltd, with motor-drive cameras;”
“I caught them one day, took a couple of quick shots of them with the motor-drive.”
“Clearly, a loom which contains all of these features would only require a motor-drive in order to be converted into a power-loom.”
“His second shot destroyed the motor-drive to the bridge's double doors, sealing them shut.”
“Supposedly an electric motor-drive should achieve the same speed on a hill as on the level.”
“A motor-drive, a form of felicity detested by Margaret, awaited her.”
“There are no more brilliant pages, of their kind, in modern literature than the pages describing Mr. Britling's motor-drive on the night of the declaration of war.”
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