Gadget [noun]

Definition of Gadget:

device, novelty

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Sentence/Example of Gadget:

Miter saws come equipped with all the gadgets to help you make the most precise cut, including lasers, measuring setting, and more.

“It’s kind of a summary, an algebraic gadget that incorporates the essence of the space you want to study,” said Clément Dupont, a mathematician at the University of Montpellier in France.

Using the gadgets to capture and analyze speech and text patterns could act as an early warning system.

Today’s wearable electronics include gadgets strapped to the body, such as watches and fitness trackers.

Connected TV makes it easy for people to consume video content, how they like, and where they want, via Internet-connected gadgets.

They might be good at figuring out how to make some gadget work.

Then, if you happen to stub your toe over some useful gadget, they increase your pay.

It was decided that Gadget, a rather miserable animal, who had shown herself useless as a puller thus far, should be killed.

Either they were going to get tired of putting new tubes into that gadget, or play it softer, or move.

Stuffing the gadget into his mouth, he turned and began jabbering orders.