telegram


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Synonyms for telegram

Synonyms for telegram

a message transmitted by telegraph

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Then he pulled out a small pocket-diary and turned over the pages with trembling fingers; but he did not find what he wanted, and cramming the telegram into his pocket he mounted the stairs.
We have only to find to whom that telegram is addressed," I suggested.
Finally Challenger, still rumbling and exploding, began to open his telegrams.
I only waited for your return," said Eustace, "to send the telegram to the office.
Blanche turned from the broad, calm autumn moonlight which had drawn her to the window, and looked over her uncle's shoulder while he opened the telegram.
Horace interfered before Julian could open the telegram.
The president tore open the envelope, read the dispatch, and, despite his remarkable powers of self-control, his lips turned pale and his eyes grew dim, on reading the twenty words of this telegram.
Maston should have done before sending this telegram forth to the world, which, according to his idea, told the whole result of the enterprise.
To think that because you and a young man meet for a moment, there must be all these telegrams and anger," supplied Margaret.
The telegram says 'light hair, red-checked gingham dress, and straw hat.
It was at once answered by the appearance of an old friend, his valet, Matvey, carrying his clothes, his boots, and a telegram.
I am still uncertain which surprised me more, the telegram calling my attention to the advertisement, or the advertisement itself.
But the really original point is requiring applications by telegram to a telegraphic address
With a snappy "Good-morning, Pitcher," Maxwell dashed at his desk as though he were intending to leap over it, and then plunged into the great heap of letters and telegrams waiting there for him.
The doctor, with the telegrams in his hand, made his way down a splendid staircase, past the long picture gallery where masterpieces of Van Dyck and Rubens frowned and leered down upon him; descended the final stretch of broad oak stairs, crossed the hail, and entered his master's rooms.