from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. See mudguard.

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  • n. A splasher (cover to prevent splashes)


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  • "It's a urinal thing!" he exclaimed, noting that the "thing," technically called a splashguard, could serve a social role by being emblazoned with the message, "You hold the power to stop rape in your hand."

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  • I know REI had the splashguard last I looked much nicer than nalgenes model and they should be getting in the Gription soon too.

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  • The pavement seemed to scorch the feet, and Nekhludoff felt a burning sensation in his hand when he touched the lacquered splashguard of his trap.


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  • For protection from flying chips and coolant, the FSP-80V features a splashguard that surrounds the entire perimeter of the machine.

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  • Splashguards are being made of marble, and it is now being installed not just as a splashguard but also as part of the wall, or even the rest of the wall itself.

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