[ UK /dˈɛmɪst/ ]
  1. free from mist
    demist the car windows
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How To Use demist In A Sentence

  • He hit it at speed while demisting his windscreen. The Sun
  • They say there is a right way and a wrong way of doing things .... this was defiantly the wrong way and approach to removing the demister pad. - Business News
  • The demisters stopped working and it was real heavy rain and I couldn't see anything.
  • She'll be in the post tonight - just put it here in the windscreen demister vent where I can't forget it. CORMORANT
  • If its descriptions of character had been given in the language of the philosopher or academist, what was intelligible to one age would have been perplexing or meaningless to the next. John the Baptist
  • demist the car windows
  • There could be too much damp in the car, so when the interior heats up the water that has leaked in begins to evaporate and, as fast as the heater tries to demist it, the windscreen steams up again.
  • This deals with the heavier demands placed on a car in winter conditions, as cold starts plus increased use of heater systems, headlights and rear demisters all take their toll.
  • But those 48 and over are more concerned with mirror-demisting, automatic braking systems and parking sensors. The Sun
  • A good feature is that the rear window is glass and has a built-in demister.
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