from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A mirror, such as one attached to a motor vehicle, that provides a view of what is behind.
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- n. Alternative form of rear-view mirror.
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- n. car mirror that reflects the view out of the rear window
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The killer — maybe — taking a circuitous route to the Strip, rearview mirror hooked backward so he can view the corpse he is chauffeuring.
The road into town led us past the Delta Center, where the Utah Jazz play and where the Neville Brothers seemed to be performing that very night, and in the rearview mirror I caught sight of what looked to be an old train station.
Mrs. Guptil fanned the car air, but I could see in the rearview mirror that she was smiling.
Only when Wingo yelps deliriously and tugs at my sleeve do I see in the rearview mirror that the man on the bike is Tom.
William Shakes 'smile showed in Max Rohrs' rearview mirror as Rohrs drove away.
Maddy glanced up into her rearview mirror when she heard the rev of a powerful engine behind them and saw a dark-visored, red-helmeted head looking at her over the tailgate.
A sudden flash in the rearview mirror signaled a silver-blue Mercedes convertible rounding the curve behind her.
Jeri's rearview mirror flared like a spotlight in her eyes.
Was it a mere coincidence that the Boston Red Sox—only five outs away from breaking the shackles of their fated history, only five outs away from putting Johnny Pesky’s late throw, Bucky Dent’s homer and Buckner’s gaffe in their rearview mirror of ancient memories—threw it all away?
But when she tilted her head back to take a swig of water, Maddy inadvertently glanced into the rearview mirror and saw Maximilian Oceanus sitting directly behind her—holding an open bottle of Irish ale in one hand and the medal she’d bought William in the other.