American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a type of fiberglass and for goods made of fiberglass.
“Avoid generic use of Fiberglas, which is a trade name.”
“And new materials such as Fiberglas, vinyl and thermal windshields have found their way into traditional vehicles.”
“Owens Corning, which invented fiberglass under the trade name of Fiberglas, has announced the EcoTouch Pink Fiberglas Insulation product platform with PureFiber Technology at the 2011 International Builders' Show in Orlando.”
“Eventually I found myself standing in the center of the garage floor, just staring at the crumpled nose of Joe's car and at the hundreds of bits of chrome and metal and Fiberglas surrounding it.”
“There was a burst of blue-orange flame and the roadster's front fenders disintegrated in a spray of shattered Fiberglas, the hood peeling back to smash into the windshield.”
“Chrome and metal and Fiberglas ... and then it hit me.”
“OLBERMANN: Needless to say, politicians are spinning this like workmen at a Fiberglas factory.”
“RC: The centerpiece of "Poltergeist" was a 13 foot tall tree that has been encased first in Fiberglas and second in a finely tailored couture dress of black velvet.”
“The fossil bones were on display behind thick glass, but on a rotating platform was a Fiberglas replica of the Smilodon.”
“Fiberglas is inert, but stray fibers can be an skin irritant and installers need to wear dust masks to avoid breathing in the fibers.”
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