Definition of Fenders

1. Noun. (plural of fender) ¹



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Definition of Fenders

1. fender [n] - See also: fender

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fenders

fend for
fend for oneself
fend off
fended
fended off
fender
fender-bender
fender-benders
fender bender
fender benders
fender skirt
fendered
fenderhead
fenderheads
fenderless
fenders (current term)
fendier
fendiest
fendiline
fending
fending off
fendliche
fends
fends off
fendy
feneration
fenestella
fenestra
fenestra cochleae
fenestra nov-ovalis

Literary usage of Fenders

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1. Industrial Arts Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1914)
"Munie Eng 44:499-504 Je 43 Files and rasps See also Fence posts, Concrete fenders. See Car fenders Ferguson, David New York's public printer. ..."

2. The Principles of Automobile Body Design: Covering the Fundamentals of Open by Kingston Forbes (1922)
"318 One of the best ways to design a rear fender wing So far the touring car fenders have been described, and so the roadster fenders must be considered ..."

3. Small Farm Buildings of Concrete: A Booklet of Practical Information for the by Universal Portland Cement Company (1914)
"fenders. To prevent the young pigs from being crushed by the sows during the ... These fenders must be 8 to 10 inches above the floor and extend out about ..."

4. Electric Railway Engineering by Edward Trevert (1892)
"APPENDIX B. fenders. A NOTHER important feature is a safety device known as a "fen- i\ der." Its use is to prevent injury and loss of life of persons coming ..."

5. Oxy-acetylene Welding Practice: A Practical Presentation of the Modern by Robert Joseph Kehl, American Technical Society (1917)
"fenders, as a rule, do not present very much difficulty because the break usually extends to the edge. It is advisable to pack wet asbestos along both sides ..."

6. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Edward William Cox, Great BRitain Magistrates' cases (1880)
"1877 the fenders at the weir were only partly open, but neither of them was ... That the fenders at the fulling or tucking mill were on the said 5th Sept. ..."

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