enginery


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enginery

(ˈɛndʒɪnrɪ)
n, pl -ries
1. (Mechanical Engineering) a collection or assembly of engines; machinery
2. (Military) engines employed in warfare
3. rare skilful manoeuvring or contrivance

enginery

1. skill or craft.
2. a contrivance that is skillfully made.
See also: Skill and Craft
engines or machines collectively, especially engines of war. See also skill and craft.
See also: Weaponry
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Noun1.enginery - machinery consisting of engines collectively
machinery - machines or machine systems collectively
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I will expound to you -- as I alone can -- the secret of the enginery that effected the Rattleborough miracle -- the one, the true, the admitted, the undisputed, the indisputable miracle, which put a definite end to infidelity among the Rattleburghers and converted to the orthodoxy of the grandames all the carnal-minded who had ventured to be sceptical before.
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Here the professional logicians leave the subject; and I would not have troubled the reader with what they have to say, if it were not such a striking example of how they have been slumbering through ages of intellectual activity, listlessly disregarding the enginery of modern thought, and never dreaming of applying its lessons to the improvement of logic.