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This will further muffle the noise coming out of your mufflers and ensure that private time stays private.
Drivers like to think they might go off-roading sometime, when what they really want is all-weather on-road security and the ability to occasionally navigate a rutted driveway to a cabin in the woods without tearing the muffler off their car.
The victim got off at 96th, carefully straightening his muffler inside his black overcoat.
First Lady (horrified at bright scarlet muffler for Navy, the creation of second lady).
It was Peter, Baron de Grost, who threw his muffler and broad-brimmed hat upon the table.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
And so I will but take my chopins and my cloak, and put on my muffler, and cross the street to neighbour Ramsay's in an instant.
THE FORTUNES OF NIGELSIR WALTER SCOTT
I should like to see her when she hath exchanged her mask and riding-beaver for her peaked hat and muffler.
THE FORTUNES OF NIGELSIR WALTER SCOTT
"Wait, I'll loosen the tippet," came from Songbird, and guided the muffler free of the bob.
THE ROVER BOYS ON THE FARMARTHUR M. WINFIELD (AKA EDWARD STRATEMEYER)
Cast on 50 stitches, measuring 11 inches, and knit back and forth until the muffler is sixty-eight inches in length.
A rich mixture may be quickly discovered by black smoke issuing from the muffler, the exhaust gas having a very pungent odor.
AVIATION ENGINESVICTOR WILFRED PAG

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oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION