- n. Plural form of wireless.
“The impact of his words seemed to lose little if anything for having to be routed for many of his listeners through a very efficient system of simultaneous translation on the little wirelesses provided for all who didn't understand Spanish.”
““You still putting your faith in those wirelesses your uncle was going to have zigzagging round?””
“On the 15th, his car had been shot up by Allied fighter-bombers, his wirelesses destroyed, and he was cut off from all contact with OKW or with his own forces for some hours.”
“Thou knowest that wirelesses are forbidden by the Japanese.”
“Well, Peter Watting's very good with wirelesses," said the little girl.”
“One was left with the general impression that the Poles deserved to have their bottoms smacked for doing what all the Allied wirelesses had been urging them to do for years past, and that they would not be given and did not deserve to be given any help from outside.”
“If, in the meantime, the German admiral wirelesses his Pernambuco agent, 'Send a jag of coal into the Indian Ocean,' to the Indian Ocean goes the”
“You still putting your faith in those wirelesses your uncle was going to have zigzagging round?”
“(Of course, you've kept the intervening air quivering with your admonitory wirelesses!)”
“- Over the last year or so there have been a lot of new wirelesses charging devices that have landed on the market.”
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