unleaded

[ UK /ʌnlˈɛdɪd/ ]
[ US /ənˈɫɛdɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not treated with lead
    unleaded gasoline
  2. not having leads between the lines
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How To Use unleaded In A Sentence

  • They say that simply flushing out rogue unleaded petrol is sufficient. The Sun
  • Unleaded gasoline for February delivery fell 1. 83 cents to 58. 65 cents a gallon.
  • Like any big-block V-8 fueled by gasoline, this engine chugged regular unleaded.
  • I often passed the time of day with him after filling up with regulation BP unleaded.
  • Geraldton motorists are now paying an average of 103.4 cents a litre for unleaded fuel - more than 4 cents more than two weeks ago.
  • Motorists already reeling from the credit crunch are now forking out 1.20 for a litre of unleaded petrol. The Sun
  • The budget provided the financial incentive, but much confusion still abounds over the use of unleaded petrol.
  • It's only being taken out of the system next year although there has long been a choice - leaded or unleaded in the tank.
  • Self-service unleaded is selling for an average of a $1.36 a gallon statewide, up a penny from Monday.
  • Tindell says that he's noticed fewer and fewer drivers filling up with anything fancier than regular unleaded.
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