Definition of "u-tube" [u-tube]

  • (noun) A glass tube in the shape of the letter U, employed in the laboratory chiefly for washing or desiccating gases.

Use "u-tube" in a sentence

  • "Half of these people don't even know what they are protesting. (see the u-tube video where the reporter is asking the questions about why they are there)."
  • "OBILL is making the same belief in trusting but not verify as his idol Bill Clinton when it comes to foriegn affairs and after hearing a national security speech on u-tube he will sell out the military for peace dividends just as Bill did."
  • "However, every time the McBush campaigns runs a u-tube ad showing her bashing Obama to promote the GOP it makes me sick to my stomach."

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