A motion-picture device for the late nineteenth century, to be seen by someone at any given time through a peephole.
A simple type of moving-picture machine where the number of views, exhibiting the consecutive phases of a scene, are imprinted in some recoverable format and mounted round the periphery of a wheel. The rotation of this wheel brings all of them rapidly into picture, one after another, as well as the blended result offers a semblance of movement.
a guitar for convention of a few photographs in rapid succession to provide the optical result known as a moving photo.
A figure of speech in which the expression is an evident exaggeration of the meaning intended to be conveyed or by which things are represented as much greater or less better or worse than they really are a statement exaggerated fancifully through excitement or for effect...