- From the trademark Styrofoam (Wiktionary)
“Anyway I never thought to just use high powered flashlights, I wonder if you can use those floodlights that are encased in styrofoam?”
“As I chased bits of styrofoam being blown across the sand, I realized that "better" styrofoam is as farfetched as "clean" coal.”
“For all its failings, styrofoam is remarkable good at maintaining an equable temperature.”
“A McDonalds customer posted the following question on McDonalds CSR blog, I was wondering why the new sweet tea is being served in styrofoam cups.”
“I know you have responded to other styrofoam questions but I'm wondering why a new drink product needs to be served in styrofoam when the paper cups work for every other drink.”
“The system comes packed in styrofoam pellets without any wrapping.”
“He must also be reminded that cows are not born and raised in styrofoam packages wrapped in celophane.”
“These aren’t what we know as styrofoam Quaker rice cakes for dieters.”
“I’d rather eat the melted packing styrofoam from the fried chicken cart than subject my tastebuds to the Pump again.”
“For shipping purposes it isn’t as important since the styrofoam is going to be a better insulator than anything else.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘styrofoam’.
List of words and things buoyant.
Trademarked names that people use to refer to the thing in general, regardless of maker.
all of these are from 7 English
dictionaries and Macquarie dictionary
I havent listed capitalized ones yet
but Viagra would be one and common
words like sterling a sub-machi...
Trademarks that have lost their character as indicators of source to become a general term for a product or service.
Words that I used to know.
Making a claymation film takes a lot more than clay!
Hi. I'm in Indiana.
Looking for tweets for styrofoam.