home appliance


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n home appliance an appliance that does a particular job in the home
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In literature:

How a cook at home would despise our scanty appliances, with which we turn out luxuries.
"A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains" by Isabella L. Bird
He made a proper tourniquet for poor Father's arm, and then went home to get some appliances.
"The Jewel of Seven Stars" by Bram Stoker
Many Christian homes are now altogether destitute of religious appliances.
"The Christian Home" by Samuel Philips
After seeing the patients and adjusting the appliances, they can generally be treated at their homes.
"The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English" by R. V. Pierce
The bath, modern plumbing and heating, the refrigerator, and other kindred appliances can be had in the country home as well as the city.
"New Ideals in Rural Schools" by George Herbert Betts
Knowledge of labor-saving appliances is today everywhere demanded of the successful establishment EXCEPT of the family home.
"Euthenics, the science of controllable environment" by Ellen H. Richards
A homely dress and rustic appliances.
"The Tenants of Malory" by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
List the appliances and lights in your home.
"Electricity for the 4-H Scientist" by Eric B. Wilson

In news:

Tax holiday through October 8 for certain home appliances .
Requiem for a home appliance .
Since 1960, the family owned Jim's Appliance and Furniture has served as Idaho's largest independent GE appliance retailer and offers a local alternative to big purchases for the home.
IFA is the world's largest show of consumer electronics and home appliances and it continues to grow.
In times of crisis, few consumers would cut spending in healthcare (2.1%), home appliances (2.4%), and CE (7.9%).
The high-end home's newest great room features plush furniture, fireplaces, multiple flat screens—and a few carefully hidden appliances.
Although his downtown Bellingham studio is piled floor-to-ceiling with shelves upon shelves of toasters of every shape, size and era, for a long time Eric Brown insisted he wasn't actually collecting the helpful home appliance.
Patrick and Ilknur Bradshaw say the Chinese-made drywall in their new home destroyed their appliances and made them sick.
ATLANTA — Though a chef's at-home kitchen might conjure up visions of a high-tech food lab with commercial-grade appliances and stainless-steel surfaces, the reality looks slightly different .
We hear all the time about the virtues of buying more energy- efficient light bulbs, appliances, homes, and vehicles.
James Dyson is the Jobs and Wozniak of home appliances.
Electronics, appliances stolen in home break-in.
For the second year in a row, results of the annual HomeWorld Forecast consumer survey reveal that home furnishings (including housewares, appliances, furniture, etc.
As one of the retailers new format stores, the location showcases furniture and bedding in addition to leading brands and the latest technology in consumer electronics and home appliances.
A Northern California man and woman are accused of luring a handyman to a home, beating him and holding him against his will for about six hours while they forced him to fix a dishwasher and other appliances under threat of his life.

In science:

Furthermore, other elements also need to be modeled and simulated as follows: Virtual Space, Surrounded environment, Person, Home Appliance.
Development of a Context Aware Virtual Smart Home Simulator
Use-rate acceleration may be appropriate for products such as electrical motors, relays and switches, paper copiers, printers, and home appliances such as toasters and washing machines.
A Review of Accelerated Test Models