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1. device

noun. ['dɪˈvaɪs'] an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose.

Synonyms

  • muffler
  • restorative
  • drive
  • breathing device
  • warmer
  • bubbler
  • valve
  • horn
  • vaporiser
  • safety
  • jig
  • instrumentation
  • release
  • autopilot
  • spear thrower
  • override
  • reflector
  • drop press
  • dental appliance
  • widget
  • alarm
  • synchroflash
  • sensor
  • instrument
  • reinforcement
  • contraceptive device
  • drop forge
  • vaporizer
  • water cooler
  • trap
  • drop hammer
  • power takeoff
  • instrumentality
  • remote control
  • surface
  • constraint
  • automatic pilot
  • moistener
  • prompter
  • washboard
  • pair of tongs
  • ventilator
  • prod
  • breathing apparatus
  • goad
  • corer
  • contrivance
  • doorknocker
  • foil
  • explosive device
  • fumigator
  • strengthener
  • suction cup
  • contraceptive
  • dampener
  • signaling device
  • support
  • toy
  • guard
  • throwing board
  • interrupter
  • fender
  • storage device
  • paper feed
  • stemmer
  • mechanism
  • decoy
  • catapult
  • aspersorium
  • adapter
  • electrical device
  • lifting device
  • appliance
  • electronic device
  • depressor
  • teaser
  • lift
  • asphyxiator
  • sweatbox
  • lure
  • throwing stick
  • take-up
  • pull
  • charger
  • adaptor
  • preventive
  • heater
  • battery charger
  • peeler
  • clip-on
  • converter
  • ignitor
  • elastic device
  • sensing element
  • contraption
  • shredder
  • sounder
  • fan
  • bootjack
  • ignition interlock
  • comb
  • plectron
  • heat exchanger
  • stabilizer
  • exercise device
  • aerofoil
  • scratcher
  • birth control device
  • acoustic device
  • birdfeeder
  • corrective
  • aspergill
  • imprint
  • convenience
  • afterburner
  • feeder
  • noisemaker
  • crusher
  • pacifier
  • groover
  • keyboard
  • cryptograph
  • buffer
  • airfoil
  • detector
  • cutoff
  • igniter
  • knocker
  • safety device
  • extinguisher
  • router
  • control surface
  • damper
  • Kinetoscope
  • nest egg
  • applier
  • pick
  • energizer
  • comforter
  • breathalyser
  • billiard marker
  • breathing machine
  • tilter
  • straightener
  • lighter
  • stabiliser
  • bird feeder
  • conductor
  • key
  • teething ring
  • optical device
  • warning device
  • shooting stick
  • gizmo
  • shoehorn
  • snowshoe
  • diestock
  • interlock
  • preventative
  • plectrum
  • PTO
  • button
  • autocue
  • agglomerator
  • dart thrower
  • gismo
  • robot pilot
  • rapper
  • energiser
  • gas fixture
  • runner
  • restraint
  • tongs
  • stylus
  • light
  • remote
  • launcher
  • baby's dummy
  • indicator
  • filter
  • trigger
  • musical instrument
  • blower
  • convertor
  • holding device
  • machine
  • shoetree
  • fire extinguisher
  • applicator
  • alarm system
  • gadget
  • hydrofoil
  • deflector
  • flare
  • memory device
  • source of illumination
  • magnet
  • bait
  • prophylactic device
  • reset

Antonyms

  • insecurity
  • danger
  • natural object
  • clasp

Etymology

  • devis (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • divisus (Latin)

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Rhymes with Output Device

  • overprice
  • misprice
  • reprice
  • precise
  • concise
  • suffice
  • splice
  • matteis
  • excise
  • entice
  • deweiss
  • devise
  • berneice
  • advice
  • twice
  • trice
  • thrice
  • stice
  • spice
  • slice
  • schweiss
  • pryce
  • price
  • preiss
  • kreiss
  • kleiss
  • grice
  • fleiss'
  • fleiss
  • bryce

Sentences with output-device


1. Noun Phrase
Purchase a box of transparency film that's compatible with your printer or other output device.

2. output

noun. ['ˈaʊtˌpʊt'] final product; the things produced.

Synonyms

  • production
  • crop
  • work
  • end product
  • body of work
  • oeuvre
  • product

Antonyms

  • fire
  • negativeness
  • positiveness
  • negativity

Etymology

  • out (English)
  • put (English)
  • pute (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. output

noun. ['ˈaʊtˌpʊt'] production of a certain amount.

Synonyms

  • crop
  • production
  • harvest

Antonyms

  • studio
  • idle
  • inactivity
  • fail

Etymology

  • out (English)
  • put (English)
  • pute (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. device

noun. ['dɪˈvaɪs'] any clever maneuver.

Synonyms

  • tactical maneuver
  • twist
  • maneuver
  • tactical manoeuvre
  • trick
  • fast one
  • gimmick
  • mnemonic

Antonyms

  • unhealthful
  • walk
  • stay in place
  • pull

Etymology

  • devis (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • divisus (Latin)

5. device

noun. ['dɪˈvaɪs'] something in an artistic work designed to achieve a particular effect.

Synonyms

  • style
  • rhetorical device
  • expressive style

Antonyms

  • freeze
  • classify
  • inactivity
  • consciousness

Etymology

  • devis (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • divisus (Latin)

6. output

noun. ['ˈaʊtˌpʊt'] signal that comes out of an electronic system.

Synonyms

  • sign
  • readout
  • signal
  • printout
  • output signal
  • signaling

Antonyms

  • survive
  • refuse
  • outgo
  • disagree

Etymology

  • out (English)
  • put (English)
  • pute (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. output

verb. ['ˈaʊtˌpʊt'] to create or manufacture a specific amount.

Synonyms

  • create
  • make

Antonyms

  • spread
  • praise
  • push

Etymology

  • out (English)
  • put (English)
  • pute (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. output

noun. ['ˈaʊtˌpʊt'] the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time).

Synonyms

  • production
  • pick
  • indefinite quantity
  • picking

Antonyms

  • take
  • stand
  • resist
  • stay

Etymology

  • out (English)
  • put (English)
  • pute (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

9. device

noun. ['dɪˈvaɪs'] an emblematic design (especially in heraldry).

Synonyms

  • emblem

Antonyms

  • hold
  • engage

Etymology

  • devis (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • divisus (Latin)

10. output

noun. ['ˈaʊtˌpʊt'] what is produced in a given time period.

Synonyms

  • turnout
  • outturn
  • throughput
  • product

Antonyms

  • invalidate
  • uncommunicative
  • unimpressive
  • nonattendance

Etymology

  • out (English)
  • put (English)
  • pute (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
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