Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [h'ɪndʒɪz]
The hinges of the Sand went creaking in the night.
The thatch had fallen in, the walls were unplastered, and the door was off its hinges.
Don't try to press it open, but oil the hinges with this,' and the old man gave him a small bottle.
Suddenly something gave behind him--a door, as it seemed, broken off its hinges by the mob pressure.
And grains of sand sometimes get in the hinges of their shells, so that they cannot close up the house when they wish.
Then he took out his bottle and oiled the hinges, when the gate opened of itself, and he saw an old castle standing inside.
Upon the floor within, were piled up heaps of rusty keys, nails, chains, hinges, files, scales, weights, and refuse iron of all kinds.
It was he who taught the people how to build better houses and how to hang their doors on hinges and how to support the roofs with pillars and posts.
A bolt was drawn and a chain rattled, then followed the creak of hinges, and on the stone flags rang the footsteps and the jingling of spurs of those that entered.
Monte Cristo looked for the entrance to the enclosure, and was not long in finding a little wooden gate, working on willow hinges, and fastened with a nail and string.