Left to his or her own devices, the ways in which readers imagine fictional worlds made manifest are infinite.
Users “should be allowed to use these devices and services the way they were intended,” Brookman says.
Left to their own devices, they will destroy public education.
If these devices were lawnmowers or ladders, nobody would tolerate the havoc they inflict.
In terms of its business model, ecoATM is able to make money off of most of the phones and devices it collects.
You see, he had broken into my workshop, destroyed some devices I was working on and stole a lot of my tools.
She had been left completely, to her own devices when she was not wanted about the house.
After being roughly introduced to several of the retainers as a new comrade, Oswald was left to follow his own devices.
Two devices by which they may be made to stay in the hat are here shown.
And they have adopted the devices of these three animals as the general Totemic types and bond of their separation into clans.
late 13c., from Old French devis "division, separation, disposition, wish, desire; coat of arms, emblem; last will," from deviser "to divide, distribute" (see devise). Sense of "method by which something is divided" arose in French and led to modern meaning.
device de·vice (dĭ-vīs')
A contrivance or an invention serving a particular purpose, especially a machine used to perform one or more relatively simple tasks.