Definitions

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  • noun The washing of the windscreen of a motor vehicle.
  • noun A cleaning fluid used to wash the windscreen of a motor vehicle.

Etymologies

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screen +‎ wash

Examples

  • Another way to screenwash is to use a hand-cranked tumbling machine.

    Screenwashing pics at last

  • Another way to screenwash is to use a hand-cranked tumbling machine.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • That's probably because I learned to screenwash at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History when I was a MS student at the University of Oklahoma.

    Screenwashing pics at last

  • That's probably because I learned to screenwash at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History when I was a MS student at the University of Oklahoma.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • They are truly a powerhouse; people screenwash for four hours a day or more, Monday through Friday, for the entire summer, and on a reduced schedule as early in the spring and as late in the fall as it's comfortable to keep your hands in a tank of water outdoors.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • They are truly a powerhouse; people screenwash for four hours a day or more, Monday through Friday, for the entire summer, and on a reduced schedule as early in the spring and as late in the fall as it's comfortable to keep your hands in a tank of water outdoors.

    Screenwashing pics at last

  • If I was sitting in the car when my dad washed the windscreen, the smell of the screenwash made me gag.

    Sunsets and Open Threads « Whatever

  • A woman who worked as a nanny for Ann Summers boss Jacqueline Gold said she is "deeply sorry" after admitting attempting to poison the lingerie tycoon with screenwash.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Giving a brief outline of the case, she said: "There was, it appears, some animosity from the defendant towards the cook which then caused the defendant to put certain articles including the screenwash and the salt and the sugar into certain food items that were consumed by Jacqueline Cunningham."

    WalesOnline - Home

  • A woman who worked as a nanny for Ann Summers boss Jacqueline Gold said she is ''deeply sorry'' after admitting attempting to poison the lingerie tycoon with screenwash.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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