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  • n. Plural form of defroster.

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Examples

  • The engine was running and the defrosters were all on, but there was still a layer of snow and ice encrusting the windows.

    Brown-Eyed Girl

  • Start the car and put on the front and rear defrosters on high while you clean off the exterior.

    Tips for clearing your car after a snow storm

  • Each had increasingly elaborate equipment such as autopilot systems, hydraulic pumps and windscreen defrosters.

    Lufthansa's Labor of Love:

  • We had the windows up, the defrosters were on, there was some music playing.

    CNN Transcript Jan 7, 2007

  • The lazy ones, he says, hope it will blow off or melt with the defrosters.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • The pinstripes may actually be defrosters, like the ones on your rear window.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In fog, use your wipers and defrosters to help improve your visibility.

    The Seattle Times

  • What happens when your batteries go dead from the use of wipers and heaters and defrosters.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • It was climbing close to 50 mpg before very cold winter weather required more use of the juice-draining heater, seat warmers, defrosters, headlights.

    USATODAY.com News

  • An available cold-storage configuration includes programmable touchscreen and scan window defrosters, and a cold-tolerant backup power source that holds a charge longer in environments as low as -30˚C.

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