- n. Plural form of eggbeater.
“Next, I was taught "eggbeaters," a maneuver used to tread water.”
“At the same time, steeped in the Ashcan school's ethic of portraying the truth of urban life, Mr. Davis expanded the definition of what constituted "life" to include consumer culture—eggbeaters, matchbooks, cigarette packs and bottles of mouthwash.”
“JPB - I run eggbeaters on both my road and mtn bike.”
“You also can subsitute eggbeaters or eliminate 1/2 the egg yolks.”
“Used to be i saw a mini and laughed at its owner the way i'd laugh at a cyclist wearing a jersey under his bib; now i laugh the way i'd laugh at a said cyclist who also happened to run a record crankset with eggbeaters and mtb shoes, or perhaps a tt cervelo with a full camelbak.”
“Carlos - I run eggbeaters and mtn bike shoes with my FSA K Force cranks.”
“The IDEO consultants approached the problem the way they design eggbeaters or CD players: by closely watching patients and testing little changes.”
“I like the garden veggie eggbeaters, and 3/4 of a cup is a nice filling amount with a ton of protein and no fat!”
“Their brief mandated the making of sounds incorporating duck calls, meat grinders, bells, Slinkys, mallets, pillows, eggbeaters, megaphones, "chattering" cups and saucers, a typewriter and the slamming closed of a large book.”
“Through the plume of smoke, Ramon saw the thing turn, flying fifteen feet above the ground and brandishing something that looked like a pair of eggbeaters twined together; obviously a weapon.”
Looking for tweets for eggbeaters.