Examples of gizmo in a Sentence
He broke the gizmo he uses to open and close his garage door.
found all sorts of interesting woodworking gizmos in the garage
Recent Examples of gizmo from the Web
The gizmo of tubes, coils and wiring looks like something from Dr. Frankenstein’s lab, useful for glamorizing the monster’s bride.
What’s worse, there is growing evidence that technology can increase rather than decrease fatal accidents, as new cars debut more and more high-tech gizmos on dashboards.
Formerly known as the Consumer Electronic Show, the annual gathering traditionally focused on gizmos and gadgets, smartphones, TVs, computers and drones.
Customers don't just eat at Ella's Deli, they're entertained by the cool, retro gizmos and decorations on every wall, the ceiling and even the tables.
That one got tricky: Stewie had already destroyed the gizmo and couldn’t rebuild it.
Patrick was inspired to create the bag harness after seeing a similar gizmo designed to help anxious pooches.
Upon arrival at the venue, all phones and other photo or video-capturing gizmos will be secured in a Yondr pouch that will be unlocked at the end of the show.
The gizmo, which looks like an oversize cup holder, relies on both radio frequency and ultrasonic technology to determine whether a liquid is a threat.
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Origin and Etymology of gizmo
First Known Use: 1942See Words from the same year
GIZMO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gizmo for English Language Learners
: a usually small mechanical or electronic device
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