Definition of Pushrods

1. Noun. (plural of pushrod) ¹



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Definition of Pushrods

1. pushrod [n] - See also: pushrod

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pushrods

pushingly
pushknee
pushknees
pushlet
pushlets
pushmi-pullyu
pushout
pushouts
pushover
pushovers
pushpin
pushpins
pushpit
pushpits
pushrod
pushrods (current term)
pushscooter
pushscooters
pusht
pushup
pushups
pushy
pusil
pusilanimous
pusillanimities
pusillanimity
pusillanimous
pusillanimously
pusillanimousness
pusle

Literary usage of Pushrods

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1. Motor Truck Design and Construction by Clemens Thomas Schaefer (1919)
"22 the pushrods are set at an angle to overcome this point, which in this case is easily accomplished, as the valves are carried in the head of the cylinder ..."

2. Motor Truck Design and Construction by Clemens Thomas Schaefer (1919)
"22 the pushrods are set at an angle ' to overcome this point, which in this case is easily accomplished, as the valves are carried in the head of the ..."

3. Motor Truck Design and Construction by Clemens Thomas Schaefer (1919)
"22 the pushrods are set at an angle to overcome this point, which in this case is easily accomplished, as the valves are carried in the head of the cylinder ..."

4. A Dictionary of Automobile Terms by Albert L. Clough (1913)
"A, Cam; BB, pushrods; C, Rocking Arm; D, Steering Shaft. Steering Device, Cam and Pushrod Type—A steering device in which the steering shaft carries cam ..."

5. Aviation Accident Investigations: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce edited by John McCain (1999)
"... 135 include requirements to inspect primary and secondary flight surface control turbe assemblies (pushrods) and rod end bearings in these airplanes. ..."

6. Automobile Driving Self-taught: An Exhaustive Treatise on the Operation by Thomas Herbert Russell (1909)
"(i) Lack of Pushrod Clearance—Be sure there is clearance between the pushrods and valve stems, otherwise the valves will be ..."

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