1. heater that removes ice or frost (as from a windshield or a refrigerator or the wings of an airplane)
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How To Use defroster In A Sentence

  • The vapor, now ice, longs for a chance to melt as you turn on your defroster, and, for a time, be water. Sublimation
  • I have a newly re-engined 1978 Mustang that is about as basic as you can get; it has a rear-window defroster, which is constantly failing and twice shorted out and shattered the window. In a glitzy but filtered place.
  • Outside the Cherokee, Joe Lee pauses to salute Kenny through the defroster lines of the hatchback. Man with a Gun
  • Spend some time on the road in the northern half of the U.S. and it is obvious that many drivers settle for too few minutes with the ice scraper, and too much haste for the defroster to do its job.
  • The windshield was, of course, new too and had not yet been warped up from the heat from the defroster.
  • And when your shoes get wet, you can wedge them into the gap between the windshield and the shelflike dashboard, and turn on the defroster full blast.
  • If the windshield defroster were affected then poor visibility could cause a crash. Mitsubishi and Ford recall SUVs, affecting more than 19,000 vehicles combined
  • Wade waited, and before long the air coming from the defroster had melted a dime-sized circle on each side. AFFLICTION
  • She continued to sleep on the dashboard letting the heat from the defroster keep her warm.
  • The engine was running and the defrosters were all on, but there was still a layer of snow and ice encrusting the windows. Brown-Eyed Girl
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