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Synonym: cabletelegraphywireSimilar words: graphepigraphbiographycablegramtopographyphotographphotographystenographerMeaning: ['telɪgræf /-grɑːf]  n. apparatus used to communicate at a distance over a wire (usually in Morse code). v. send cables, wires, or telegrams. 
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1, There are three ways of spreading news-- telegraph, telephone, and tel-a-woman. 
2, The bush telegraph tells me you're likely to become our new president, John.
3, Send the message on the telegraph.
4, Telegraph communication was broken off.
5, He did not bother to punctuate the telegraph message.
6, My parents always used to get the Daily Telegraph.
7, The truck crashed into a telegraph pole.
8, The news came by telegraph.
9, Telegraph to her parents at once.
10, I ghosted his weekly rugby column for the Telegraph.
11, I will tell the result by telegraph.
12, We only discovered by bush telegraph that our son had a new girlfriend, he had not told us ...
13, I hear on the bush telegraph that the manager has resigned.
14, We only discovered by bush telegraph that our son had a new girlfriend, he had not told us himself.
15, The Telegraph has printed numerous articles on this subject over the last three years.
16, They like roosting on telegraph poles.
17, City sweepers sluice down Telegraph Street every morning.
18, Following an article in the Sunday Telegraph,[http://sentencedict.com/telegraph.html] the owner of Hackfall decided to sell.
19, The Daily Telegraph published a long article from me on the subject on its editorial page.
20, Telegraph proprietor Conrad Black has estimated the price cut will cost £1.5m a month.
21, Telegraph poles push up into the living quarters protecting folk from the fickle rising seas.
22, But the Telegraph was not taking its line from saloon bar advisers.
23, Another oddity - the telegraph poles on old shots look short.
24, Telegraph came to the village in 1901 and messages were sent by morse code.
25, The telegraph also brought a sense of timeliness to daily newspapers.
26, Developments in South Africa receive extensive coverage in The Sunday Telegraph.
27, He will place an announcement in the personal column of The Daily Telegraph.
28, An internal 1976 report on Friern by the regional health authority's own long-stay hospital monitoring team was leaked to the Telegraph.
29, The coming of the railways and their ally, the telegraph system, put an end to this situation.
30, They carried an amazing amount of news, considering the difficulty of surface transport and the absence of telephone and telegraph.
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