Telephone in a sentence as a noun

Then finally the best thing is to fly from the telephone before the first sound comes through.

And the same is true of turning out information via telephone.

As you see, in my place, though I've certainly enough to do with the authorities, there's no telephone.

You have my telephone number connecting with your telephone number.

We can hear this continual telephoning in our telephones down here as a humming and singing, you must have heard it too.

In the Castle the telephone works beautifully of course, I've been told it's going there all the time, that naturally speeds up the work a great deal.

After you can consistently keep the lights on, you're going to hire a bunch of folks who will do that job to your script on the telephone all day, every day.

You couldn't hope to spy on pretty much anyone anymore when you could use perfect encryption to scramble a telephone call or an email.

Telephone in a sentence as a verb

Now this humming and singing transmitted by our telephones is the only real and reliable thing you'll hear, everything else is deceptive.

Afterwards he made a telephone inquiry of an under-castellan called Fritz and received the information that I was engaged as Land Surveyor.

Secret NSA documents reveal that the agency systematically inspects and store a large part of telephone and Internet connection data.

Truglia says that when he put out the commentary, one Canadian from a very large financial institution in Canada called me up on the telephone screaming at me, literally screaming at me.

There are many kinds of hiring criteria, such as in-person interviews, telephone interviews, resume reviews for job experience, checks for academic credentials, personality tests, and so on.

Move to a homestead in the pacific northwest, never use a telephone, never use grid power, grow your own vegetables, grow your own cattle, and keep away from the evil, scary spies at gooooogggllleeee who are trying to...uh...give you better targeted advertisements?

My concern has always been not that we shouldnt do intelligence gathering to prevent terrorism, but rather are we setting up a system of checks and balances?So, on this telephone program, youve got a federal court with independent federal judges overseeing the entire program.

Telephone definitions


electronic equipment that converts sound into electrical signals that can be transmitted over distances and then converts received signals back into sounds; "I talked to him on the telephone"

See also: phone


transmitting speech at a distance

See also: telephony


get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone; "I tried to call you all night"; "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning"

See also: call phone ring