The incommunicable thrill of things, that is the tuning-fork by which we test the flatness of our art.
Pitch the day aright with this tuning-fork, and hush the babel-voices of the world to its tones of peace at night.
As for Jacob, he has nothing but his tuning-fork and a seat with the rest.
A piece of such wax can be moulded into a tuning-fork or a bell, and will then, if struck, sound a musical note of definite pitch.
These requirements are best met by a tuning-fork of not too low a pitch.
Illustrates how the vibrations of a tuning-fork are registered on a blackened (smoked) glass.
The twang of the tuning-fork was drowned by a succession of cries.
In the system devised by Monsieur Lucien Bull a tuning-fork is used.
Like his ancestor at Dunbar, he struck his tuning-fork on his sword.
When the magnet is made to sound like a tuning-fork, the pitch will be reproduced in the telephone very loudly.