Recent Examples of tripod from the Web
Eglet cited a document in the Dunbar case that said one assault-style rifle found in the room booked by his wife had a tripod and a telescopic sight and was pointed toward a window overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.
The filter is shaped like a tripod with a net on top.
EARLY on the morning of July 6th reporters began to assemble their tripods outside Avenfield House, a posh apartment block on London’s Park Lane.
The sleek rectangle has a white bezel to imitate an art frame, three slim legs styled like a tripod, and defaults to an artwork display when not in use.
Lucky enough to have a row to himself, Aryeh Nirenberg was able to set up his tripod and camera to film the lights at 35,000 feet.
In every other scene, though, the lens is an utterly disinterested observer, the camera fixed atop a tripod, anchored and immobile.
Police found that Crane had filmed and photographed pornography, and had possibly been bludgeoned with a camera tripod.
Visitors stand under an enormous ring of steel tilted on a tripod.
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Origin and Etymology of tripod
TRIPOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tripod for English Language Learners
: a support or stand for a camera, telescope, etc., that has three legs
TRIPOD Defined for Kids
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