- n. Plural form of windshield wiper.
“Morning rush hour was over, and the denuded landscape of the banlieue flashed by as we hurtled along, the windshield wipers swiping at the December drizzle.”
“After a few seconds, the windshield wipers started, and then the Impala backed away in a semicircle and drove out toward Merrick Road.”
“As he drove into the Garden District, his police band crackled, the windshield wipers slapping time at the ï¬tful rain.”
“Sir?" the driver asked, the irritating screech of ill-adjusted windshield wipers drowning his voice.”
“I pulled out my keys, started the car and the defroster, and turned on the windshield wipers and the rearwindow deicer for him.”
“So the windshield wipers slashed back and forth, flinging water left and right, and through the sporadically clear glass they could dimly see the rutted dirt road and its surrounding trees and shrubbery, all muddily illuminated in a smoky amber glow.”
“Jacques Chastain’s personal credo ran through her head as the windshield wipers scraped rain from the windshield of her Honda.”
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