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  • Also the low effort in the bumpers has also been bad received.
  • He came third in two of his four bumpers, but never was first past the post.
  • Songs were often played back-to-back with no bumpers in between.
  • Each team will use certain bumpers according to the color alliance they will be on.
  • Then I passed across the bumpers to the other side of the train. Cited from The Road, by Jack London
  • However, at many other times, songs are simply played back-to-back with no bumpers in-between.
  • These early cars still had the front turn signals located below the bumpers.
  • These three bumpers will have made him a new man. Cited from Recreations of Christopher North, Volume 2, by John Wilson
  • Minor changes also took place, including body-coloured bumpers for higher grade models.
  • Minor changes were made to meet Canadian safety requirements such as larger bumpers.
  • Most children's television networks run these bumpers because of this reason.
  • The new rear bumpers were much larger, square shaped, and sat lower on the body.
  • The new front and new large bumpers made what was an already odd-looking car even stranger.
  • New commercial bumpers were added and a new opening sequence was created.
  • They also may produce recorded content, from shows to radio commercials and commercial bumpers.
  • The commercial bumpers featured the host and musical guest in a light color background.
  • Also, the female models that were featured in the opening and coming up bumpers were removed as well.
  • The commercial bumpers remain mostly the same as last season.
  • This was also mentioned on the station's bumpers between songs.
  • The higher equipped versions received the larger US bumpers and were thus somewhat longer overall.
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Root form of bumpers is bumper for the noun.

Words starting with bumpers

Meaning of bumpers

  • noun A glass filled to the brim (especially as a toast)
    we quaffed a bumper of ale
  • noun A mechanical device consisting of bars at either end of a vehicle to absorb shock and prevent serious damage