phone cord

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: cord - the telephone wire that connects to the handsetphone cord - the telephone wire that connects to the handset
telegraph line, telegraph wire, telephone line, telephone wire - the wire that carries telegraph and telephone signals
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On two occasions I thought there was something wrong with the phone cord.
Telephone Instruments The telephone equipment proposed must be tamper resistant, collect call or pre-paid only, and some telephones (26) will need to be flush to the wall with no phone cord.
Majorca police were holding Warren Lyttle, 50, after wife Lisa Jane died yesterday, apparently strangled with a phone cord.
After drifting for hours or days, the rope suddenly kinks like an overtwisted phone cord, pushing solar material outward as a CME.
When you say phone cord, I ideate it around my neck.
My sidesplitter that he performed a rendition of: holding up a phone cord without a receiver and calling the device "the phoneless cord.
In Mesecari na Izletu, a man is talking to his dead mother, who is giving him advice about writing and art in a room filled with strippers in high heels who try to strangle him with the phone cord while he gets an erection and helps them strangle him.
Their struggles to survive make their gun-metal gray furniture and abandoned Styrofoam coffee cups all the more appealing--at least to anyone who once sat at desks like these, wheeled backward on squeaky chairs and fiddled with a tangled phone cord while scribbling notes for the next day's story.
He was 17 when he and a friend battered gay Mr Williams, 63, and strangled him with a phone cord during a robbery at his bungalow.
When we went we had to plug a phone cord into one of these "loo lines".
One particular poster from a previous year's campaign included a tubular slide with a phone cord going up through it.
At the beginning of bread making, a gluten molecule is much like a phone cord that's been well-used.