Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Containing no lead or lead compounds.
  • adjective Not containing tetraethyl lead.
  • adjective Printing Not spaced or separated with lead, as lines of type.

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  • adjective Without lead.
  • adjective Containing no more than 0.05 grams of lead per gallon.

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  • adjective not having leads between the lines
  • adjective not treated with lead

Etymologies

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un- +‎ leaded. The standard of identity comes from 40 CFR §79.32.

Examples

  • AAA reports the average price of a gallon or regular unleaded is at $2.555 ($2.56 for grfx), a drop of six-tenths of a cent from the previous day.

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  • As I write, the lowest average price in America for a gallon of regular unleaded is $1.683 in Oklahoma, while the highest is $2.866 in Alaska. 1 Whatever the exact figures, they are far more than half of what they were when prices were at their highest.

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  • As I write, the lowest average price in America for a gallon of regular unleaded is $1.683 in Oklahoma, while the highest is $2.866 in Alaska. 1 Whatever the exact figures, they are far more than half of what they were when prices were at their highest.

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  • Does this mean unleaded is more expensive, or is diesel cheaper?

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  • Regular unleaded is running $6.34 (m.n.) a liter, which works out to about $2.26 U.S. a gallon, depending on what you use for an exchange rate.

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  • Therefore, what our mythical candidate would be proposing, argues the energy economist Philip Verleger Jr., is a “price floor” for gasoline: $4 a gallon for regular unleaded, which is still half the going rate in Europe today.

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  • Therefore, what our mythical candidate would be proposing, argues the energy economist Philip Verleger Jr., is a “price floor” for gasoline: $4 a gallon for regular unleaded, which is still half the going rate in Europe today.

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  • The 4. 6-liter V8 in the Genesis puts out 368 horsepower on regular unleaded, which is more than the 342 horses of the Lexus, or even the BMW 550i's 4. 8-liter V8, which is rated at 360 horsepower.

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  • Nevada has seen month-to-month price decreases ranging from 33 to 35 cents, but it continues to trail the national average for unleaded, which is now $2.22, a 94-cent drop from last month's AAA survey and 88 cents lower than a year ago.

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