Automata [noun]

Definition of Automata:

device that performs a task

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Sentence/Example of Automata:

Crawley came walking like an automaton from whose joints the oil had suddenly dried.

The scrivener did look up accordingly, with the action of an automaton which suddenly obeys the impulse of a pressed spring.

Like an automaton the man stepped forward, and after him paced the white horse.

I have again the old feeling of having surrendered my imagination and of moving like an automaton.

The same gentleman exhibited an automaton in England, of the figure of a man, as large as life.

The doors are then shut, and the automaton is ready to play; but it always takes the first move.

This automaton could not play unless M. de Kempelin, or his assistant, was near it to direct its movements.

Success in suppressing the precivilized qualities of the boy results in a "zestless automaton" that is something less than a man.

A soft, indestructible automaton provided by nature to be kicked when things go wrong in the domestic circle.

The second automaton, a little slower of tongue than his companion, hesitated a moment.