Recent Examples of microphone from the Web
Fats sang into a microphone suspended in front of him.
Self exclaimed into the microphone — the only word improvised in his crisp 9-minute, 58-second talk to a crowd that included about 60 of Self’s former players from KU, Illinois, Tulsa, Oral Roberts and Oklahoma State.
Other diplomats watched as the Saudi and the Syrian officials shouted at each other, even after both their microphones were cut off.
The Huffington Post reports that Kirk's comment was caught on a hot microphone during a meeting of the Senate Appropriations Committee.
Merging both artists' style, the collection will include t-shirts, crop tops, sweatshirts, outerwear, backpacks, skateboards and accessories featuring electric guitars, microphones, platform shoes and of course, Lady Gaga's iconic claw.
Down on the ground, Haering and his microphones are listening and collecting data, while Larson, joined by Glor, is on a mission to see how low the sonic boom can go.
Unfortunately, stars Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa didn't get on the microphone, but Dallas Keuchel, George Springer and Josh Reddick kept the crowd entertained.
The hope, in Trump circles anyway, was that Cruz would step up to the microphone Wednesday night and put to rest any rumor of division or rancor, a hope Cruz toyed with for the duration of his address.
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Origin and Etymology of microphone
First Known Use: 1878See Words from the same year
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