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  1. (noun) A guard over each wheel of a motor vehicle, for example, that is shaped and positioned so as to block the splashing of water or mud.
  2. (noun) A device at the front end of a locomotive or streetcar designed to push aside obstructions.
  3. (noun) A cushioning device, such as a bundle of rope or a piece of timber, used on the side of a vessel or dock to absorb impact or friction.
  4. (noun) A screen or metal framework placed in front of a fireplace to keep hot coals and debris from falling out.

Examples by Wordnik

  1. Reverse gear works very well and the lever actuator located on the front right fender is convenient to engage. - Quad 2009 ATV Buyers Guide
  2. Some of my friends have been involved in fender benders (no injuries) with their personal cars. - Car insurance for rental car while in Mexico
  3. Bobcats 'Felton sustains injuries in fender-bender - USATODAY.com - Bobcats' Felton sustains injuries in fender-bender
  4. USATODAY. com - Bobcats 'Felton sustains injuries in fender-bender - USATODAY.com - Bobcats' Felton sustains injuries in fender-bender
  5. Is a fender anything that protects you from mud or water, or must it have struts, mount to eyelets, and offer full coverage in order to be called a fender? - Individualism: Innovation or Absurdity?

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