Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of fender.

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Examples

  • Speaking of cultural differences, the same Australian reader also reminded me that Australians like the British call fenders "mudguards."

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • For an easy boat launch or load, back the trailer into the water until the fronts of the fenders are at water level.

    Boating Tips

  • Provision for mudguards (aka fenders) appears to be non-existent.

    TreeHugger

  • As with the Audi TT sports car, the point where the encompassing hood meets the fenders is the point of origin for a typical Audi design element - the tornado line.

    Autoblog Green

  • 1. Though I love the idea of fenders to keep spew off of my rear, I have never gotten over the toe overlap or the increased difficulty in changing a flat with all that extra crap in the way.

    Bicycle Market Outlook: Nerve-Racking, with Chance of Fenders

  • If you're reading this in England, "fenders" are the same as "mudguards."

    The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: Crappy Weather

  • It's also hard to imagine how one can manage without fenguards which combines "fenders" and "mudguards" and as such is the pretentious "mid-Atlantic" term.

    BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!

  • There will be bikes specifically designed for commuting and cargo-carrying and more traditional bikes fitted with commuting essentials such as fenders, lights, reflectors, racks, panniers, and trailers.

    News for Opelika-Auburn News

  • * The Navigator® is a 27-speed folding commuter bike that features more frame details, such as fenders a rack, and the Octagon Steering system.

    PR.com Press Releases

  • The last time I was blinded by the fugliness [sic] of Grand Am prototypes, they still had "fenders".

    FastMachines.com

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