rear window

NOUN
  1. car window that allows vision out of the back of the car
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How To Use rear window In A Sentence

  • A large flowing fountain centered it all, and beyond, the rear windows overlooked the valley with a grandiose view of the lake and the city in the distance.
  • The wide rear haunches of the car create a muscular stance further emphasised by the rear window whose shape runs counter to that of most cars on the road in being distinctly tapered from top to bottom.
  • He won the race after the lead Plymouth spun out temporarily when it lost its rear window to the suction of the backdraft.
  • One advantage is that you can open the rear window independently of the roof and soak up some extra engine sound, and that's nice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tools were then taken from unlocked sheds and garden furniture was used to reach a rear window to enter the houses.
  • A bullet went crashing through the rear window, shattering the glass behind me.
  • It has a carbon fibre bonnet, the rear windows are plastic and the radio and air-con are ditched. The Sun
  • I also added flashing yellow lights in the rear window, and a police-style spotlight and rubberized push bumper to the front.
  • Its two back seat occupants clambered out through the car's shattered rear window and ran off.
  • There's an extra layer of underfloor storage beneath the boot floor, and the rear window can be opened separately from the tailgate.
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