Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of windshield.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This glass is used in military chopper windshields, which is why it is 30 times harder than plastic and less prone to scratches.

    The Times of India

  • However, the service has determined it "does not meet USMC performance requirements" in an operational environment in which insurgents often lack personal body armor, but engage troops through "intermediate barriers" such as windshields and car doors at security checkpoints, according to a Jan. 25 Navy Department document clearing Marines to use the SOST round.

    Ronin

  • He fell into hard times and began trying to make money wherever he could; letting the junkies on the street lick his magic horn as it had hallucinogenic properties, washing people's windshields at stop lights, and finally, he was reduced to living under a bridge in West Hollywood with Zack Efron, as Disney had booted his ass to the curb, as well.

    Sex, Drugs and Unicorns

  • I've heard of people's tires being cut, windshields broken, etc.

    How many of you own private land and what do you do if you see a dog running around and you know that dog is chasing deer away f

  • I do know people whose auto insurance companies paid for fixing dings in their windshields.

    Health Insurance Idea, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I began methodically shooting out headlights and windshields.

    Rat Hunter

  • We seek to keep interlopers out of our apartments, bird dung off our windshields and flood waters out of our homes.

    Arthur Rosenfeld: Investing in Ourselves

  • The settlers also shoot solar panels on roofs of buildings, torch automobiles, shatter windowpanes and windshields, destroy crops, uproot trees, abuse merchants and owners of stalls in the market.

    Sharmine Narwani: Israel's Human Shields and Live Bait

  • The street was filled with cars and yellow taxis, wipers swishing the mist off their windshields.

    Famous

  • Coach used to say that God made windshields big and rearview mirrors small for a reason, so we focus on what is ahead instead of what is behind us.

    Parents Behaving Badly

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