His countenance, says orrery, could be terribly expressive of the sterner passions.
He was the improver of that noble instrument the orrery, which, in honour of him, was called after his name.
And they constructed a government as they would have constructed an orrery,—to display the laws of nature.
In 1786 she married the seventh earl of Cork and orrery, who died in 1798.
M'Leod asked, if it was not wrong in orrery to expose the defects of a man with whom he lived in intimacy.
Just as I have my conceptions of a school-globe or of an orrery—by diminution.
Ser Perth stripped off the case to reveal the orrery to Hanson.
orrery was the dull member of a family eminent for its talents.
He clutched it in his hand and touched it against the orrery, trying to remember the formula for the giving of a true name.
For this service he was rewarded by being created Earl of orrery.
1713, invented c.1713 by George Graham and made by instrument maker J. Rowley, who gave a copy to his patron, Charles Boyle, 4th Earl of Orrery (Cork) and named it in his honor.