Definition of Windshield (transitive) To install a windshield on. | (Canada, US) A transparent screen made of glass, located at the front and back of a vehicle in front of its occupants to protect them from the wind and weather. | A cover for a microphone to exclude airy noises such as wind and breathing.
How to use Windshield in Sentence?
- 1. The alien at his side pressed tightly against the windshield gazing down at the ruins. 🔊
- 2. Louise gazed thoughtfully at the soft snow which was banking deeper on the windshield of the car. 🔊
- 3. I had the windshield wipers on full, but still I could hardly see the vehicle in front of me. 🔊
- 4. And he made an emphatic gesture that the windshield could not be opened while the flitter was air-borne. 🔊
- 5. Somebody fired a revolver, and the bullet smashed the windshield in front of Shea's face. 🔊
- 6. A three piece glass windshield gave such protection that Bill knew goggles would not be necessary under normal flying conditions. 🔊
- 7. On one car that Clarence had, the windshield would tip out from the bottom for ventilation and the windshield wipers were worked by hand. 🔊
- 8. She had arrived in a car, which he judged to be private, for in the light reflected from the windshield he could make out the livery of her chauffeur. 🔊