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 hope is that becoming a gizmo museum will boost interest, attendance and income.
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More from the series: A small gizmo resembling a vacuum scuttles across a front lawn in Plano, Texas, representing a solution for homeowner James Grim, reports CBS News' Omar Villafranca.
These are gizmos, contraptions, and just plain odd scientific objects that were all presumably useful for scientific endeavors at one point.
All of the gizmos, treats and toys that are getting our attention and keeping our pets happy All products featured were editorially selected.
On the first floor was a guy who’d sell me gizmos for my PC.
Gizmo is about four feet tall, has an iPad for a head, a pole for a body and wheels for feet.
But there are plenty of gizmos designed to help parents.
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Origin and Etymology of gizmo
First Known Use: 1942See Words from the same year
Synonymsappliance, contraption, contrivance, gimmick, gadget (also gismo), jigger, widget
Related Wordsimplement, instrument, tool, utensil; ingenuity, innovation, invention; accessory (also accessary), adjunct; mechanism, trick; dingus, doodad, doohickey, hickey, hootenanny [chiefly dialect], thingamabob, thingamajig (or thingumajig), thingummy
GIZMO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gizmo for English Language Learners
: a usually small mechanical or electronic device
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