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noun as in billed hat

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Duvernay-Tardif could sense their fear and lack of comprehension for what was happening when he, a large man in a mask and visor, rushed in to wheel them out.

Chara, one of the few NHL players who do not wear a visor, returned for the start of the second period.

The fit is secure yet comfortable, and I appreciate the fact that the visor flips up, giving me better visibility when paddling.

So now SpaceX is launching satellites with small visors to reduce reflectivity, which helps a bit, McDowell says.

When the sun tucks behind a cloud or starts to set, flip the visor back up, just like you would in any car.

In lieu of that, Alexa points to a pin on her visor that bears the Raiders logo.

Alexa, standing beside Sky in a dark shirt and visor, perks up at the mention of football.

The dance began; the performers furnished their own music; each rolled out a deep aw aw aw under his visor.

He wore a long, dark gray raincoat, and he had a cap with its long visor pulled well over his face.

Waldemar rubbed his head thoughtfully as the door slammed behind the speeding Ad-Visor.

To the advertising expert's offices had come that day but three cases difficult enough to be referred to the Ad-Visor himself.

His laugh, muffled and sounding strangely from within the visor, was heard as he joined in the demonstrations of his companion.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to visor, such as: brim, cap, hat, and peak.

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