FENDER

A cushion, placed between boats, or between a boat and a pier, to prevent damage

fender

A low screen or rail of cast iron, copper, brass or steel designed to stop coals rolling out of the hearth. Fenders were introduced in the late 17thC when raised baskets or grates lifted the fire off the ground. They may be movable pieces or a continuation of the fixed fire surround. A fender curb is a shallow version used on a broad, deep hearth. …...

Fender

a plastic device used to protect the hull of a boat

fender

[n] - an inclined metal frame at the front of a locomotive to clear the track 2. [n] - a low metal guard to confine falling coals to a hearth 3. [n] - a barrier that surrounds the wheels of a vehicle to block splashing water or mud
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Fender

The diagram shows the fender normally encountered by a right hander.
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Fender

Protective pad fitten around a boat, but sometimes applied to hanging pads.
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Fender

Fen'der noun [ From Fend , transitive verb & i. , confer Defender .] One who or that which defends or protects by warding off harm ; as: (a) A screen to prevent coals or sparks of an open fire from escaping to the floor. (b) Anything serving as a cu...
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fender

noun an inclined metal frame at the front of a locomotive to clear the track
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Fender

• (v. t. & i.) Anything serving as a cushion to lessen the shock when a vessel comes in contact with another vessel or a wharf. • (v. t. & i.) One who or that which defends or protects by warding off harm • (v. t. & i.) A screen to protect a carriage from mud thrown off the wheels: also, a splashboard. • (v. t. & i.) Anything se...
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Fender

A cushion, placed between boats, or between a boat and a pier, to prevent damage.
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fender

A low screen or rail of cast iron, copper, brass or steel designed to stop coals rolling out of the hearth. Fenders were introduced in the late 17thC when raised baskets or grates lifted the fire off the ground. They may be movable pieces or a continuation of the fixed fire surround. A fender curb is a shallow version used on a broad, deep hearth. ...
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fender

Protective cushions hung along the side of a boats to prevent damage.
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Fender

A cushion, placed between boats, or between a boat and a pier, to prevent damage.
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fender

a low metal frame before an open fireplace. In Dickens people are always putting their feet upon the fender.
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Fender

Part of the Western saddle that protects a rider's leg from the rigging
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Fender

An air or foam filled bumper used in boating to keep boats from banging into docks or each other.
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Fender

[boating] In boating, a fender is a bumper used to absorb the kinetic energy of a boat or vessel berthing against a jetty, quay wall or other vessel. Fenders are used to prevent damage to boats, vessels and berthing structures. To do this, fenders usually have high energy absorption and low reaction force. Fenders are typically manufactured...
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Fender

[vehicle] Fender is the American English term for the part of an automobile, motorcycle or other vehicle body that frames a wheel well (the fender underside). Its primary purpose is to prevent sand, mud, rocks, liquids, and other road spray from being thrown into the air by the rotating tire. Fenders are typically rigid and can be damaged b...
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Fender

An air or foam filled bumper used in boating to keep boats from banging into docks or each other.
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Fender

A body panel that lies below either side of the bonet, between the front bumper and front-most door edge, encompassing the wheel space in-between, [2 off].
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FENDER

A cushion, placed between boats, or between a boat and a pier, toprevent damage.
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FENDER

A cushion, placed between boats, or between a boat and a pier, to prevent damage.
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Fender

[surname] Fender is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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