gimmal definition

  • noun:
    • A ring made of several interlocked rings.
    • Any of various linkages permitting one component to turn within another turning component, utilized especially in clockworks.
    • Joined work whoever components move within one another; moobs or group of interlocked bands.
    • A quaint little bit of machinery; a gimmer.
    • Joined work whose parts move within each other; moobs or a number of interlocked rings.
    • A quaint bit of equipment; a gimmer.
    • See gimbal.
    • A ring made of a couple of interlocked rings.
    • Any of numerous linkages enabling one component to rotate within another rotating component, made use of especially in clockworks.
    • Joined work whoever parts move within each other; moobs or group of interlocked rings.
    • A quaint piece of equipment; a gimmer.
    • Joined work whose components move within one another; moobs or group of interlocked rings.
    • A quaint bit of machinery; a gimmer.
    • See gimbal.
    • A ring manufactured from two or more interlocked bands.
    • A ring manufactured from several interlocked bands.
    • Any of numerous linkages permitting one part to rotate within another turning part, utilized particularly in clockworks.
    • Joined work whose parts move within both; moobs or variety of interlocked rings.
    • A ring made from two or more interlocked bands.
    • Any of various linkages allowing one component to turn within another rotating part, used especially in clockworks.
    • any one of different linkages enabling one part to turn within another turning part, utilized especially in clockworks.
    • A quaint little bit of equipment; a gimmer.
    • Joined work whose parts move within one another; moobs or variety of interlocked bands.
    • Joined work whose parts move within both; moobs or group of interlocked rings.
    • Joined work whoever parts move within both; a pair or a number of interlocked rings.
    • A quaint piece of equipment; a gimmer.
    • A ring made from a couple of interlocked bands.
    • A quaint piece of equipment; a gimmer.
    • Joined work whoever components move within one another; some or series of interlocked rings.
    • Any of different linkages allowing one part to turn within another rotating part, made use of especially in clockworks.
    • Joined work whose parts move within each other; a pair or number of interlocked rings.
    • A quaint bit of equipment; a gimmer.
    • A quaint piece of machinery; a gimmer.
    • See gimbal.
    • Joined work whoever components move within each other; a pair or series of interlocked bands.
    • See gimbal.
    • A quaint piece of equipment; a gimmer.
    • A ring made from several interlocked bands.
    • A quaint piece of equipment; a gimmer.
    • some of numerous linkages allowing one component to rotate within another turning part, utilized particularly in clockworks.
    • Joined work whose parts move within each other; a pair or series of interlocked rings.
    • Joined work whose parts move within each other; moobs or a number of interlocked bands.
    • A quaint bit of machinery; a gimmer.
    • A quaint little bit of equipment; a gimmer.
    • Joined work whoever components move within each other; moobs or variety of interlocked bands.
    • A quaint little bit of equipment; a gimmer.
    • See gimbal.
    • See gimbal.
    • A ring manufactured from several interlocked bands.
    • any one of numerous linkages allowing one part to rotate within another rotating part, utilized especially in clockworks.
    • A ring made of a couple of interlocked bands.
    • Joined work whose components move within each other; some or variety of interlocked rings.
    • some of different linkages permitting one component to turn within another rotating component, utilized particularly in clockworks.
    • A quaint piece of machinery; a gimmer.
    • Joined work whoever parts move within one another; moobs or number of interlocked bands.
    • Joined work whoever parts move within both; some or series of interlocked bands.
    • A quaint piece of machinery; a gimmer.
    • See gimbal.
    • See gimbal.
    • A quaint bit of equipment; a gimmer.
    • Joined work whose parts move within one another; moobs or a number of interlocked bands.
    • A quaint bit of machinery; a gimmer.
    • See gimbal.
    • A ring made from several interlocked rings.
    • Any of different linkages enabling one part to rotate within another turning part, used especially in clockworks.
    • Joined work whose components move within each other; a pair or number of interlocked bands.
    • A quaint little bit of equipment; a gimmer.
    • Joined work whoever components move within both; moobs or number of interlocked rings.
    • A quaint piece of machinery; a gimmer.
    • See gimbal.
  • adjective:
    • Made or consisting of interlocked bands or backlinks.
    • Made or composed of interlocked rings or backlinks.
    • Made or composed of interlocked bands or links.
    • Made or composed of interlocked bands or links.
    • Made or consisting of interlocked rings or links.
    • Made or composed of interlocked rings or links.
    • Made or comprising interlocked rings or backlinks.
    • Made or consisting of interlocked rings or links.
    • Made or consisting of interlocked bands or backlinks.
    • Made or composed of interlocked bands or backlinks.

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