Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of gizmo.

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Examples

  • He includes gizmos from the early 20th century (Zippo Windproof Lighter, 1932; Master Lock Padlock, 1924) all the way up to 2005.

    - Boing Boing

  • Just one of those little stick-on plastic name gizmos that you make with a handheld label-maker.

    Time Was

  • 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.

    The Seattle Times

  • Convincing consumers that the gizmos are a good thing is turning out to be a tough sell.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Convincing consumers that the gizmos are a good thing is turning out to be a tough sell.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Finance

  • Convincing consumers that the gizmos are a good thing is turning out to be a tough sell.

    Economics Unbound - BusinessWeek

  • Convincing consumers that the gizmos are a good thing is turning out to be a tough sell.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Technology

  • Convincing consumers that the gizmos are a good thing is turning out to be a tough sell.

    Economics Unbound - BusinessWeek

  • Convincing consumers that the gizmos are a good thing is turning out to be a tough sell.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Convincing consumers that the gizmos are a good thing is turning out to be a tough sell.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Technology

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