A gas engine is a heat engine in which the working fluid is atmospheric air and the fuel an inflammable gas.
Anything that does that is an automobile, and runs with a gas engine.
It really is a gas engine; like the engine of an automobile, a motorboat, or an airplane.
It is Mr. Nixon's plan to instal a gas engine in one of the compartments.
In all the new stations and in old ones where new machinery is needed, the gas engine will be preferred.
They carried it to the boat, started the gas engine, and connected the tanks.
Both resemble the gas engine, but differ from it in using a liquid fuel which is volatilized by a sprayer.
Automobiles have been largely responsible for the gas engine.
Wells were being bored by gas engine power and pipes laid, as spider webs, to bring untainted water to man and beast.
Usually, however, a speech without an argument is like a gas engine without gas; it has no “go.”