whitewall

noun
white·​wall | \ ˈhwīt-ˌwȯl How to pronounce whitewall (audio) , ˈwīt- \

Definition of whitewall

: an automobile tire having a white band on the sidewall

Examples of whitewall in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web It has been lowered, shaved, and has disc brakes from a ’67 Pontiac, rocker trim from a ’66 Bonneville, window channel trim from a ’65 Buick, dual pinstripe whitewall tires and hubcaps with chrome bullets from a ’62 Tempest. Heidi Van Horne, Houston Chronicle, "1965 Pontiac Bonneville passed hands from one friend to another," 7 July 2018 The Oxygene also has a light strip where a whitewall would normally be that can change colors and be used to signal other cars and pedestrians in more ways than a turn indicator could. Fox News, "Wild Goodyear tires grow and breathe," 8 Mar. 2018 Outside, the throwback styling shines with moon disc hubcaps and whitewall tires. Justin L. Mack, Indianapolis Star, "Here's the coolest stuff we saw at the Indy RV Expo," 7 Jan. 2018 It has been lowered, shaved, and has disc brakes from a ’67 Pontiac, rocker trim from a ’66 Bonneville, window channel trim from a ’65 Buick, dual pinstripe whitewall tires and hubcaps with chrome bullets from a ’62 Tempest. Heidi Van Horne, Houston Chronicle, "1965 Pontiac Bonneville passed hands from one friend to another," 7 July 2018 The Oxygene also has a light strip where a whitewall would normally be that can change colors and be used to signal other cars and pedestrians in more ways than a turn indicator could. Fox News, "Wild Goodyear tires grow and breathe," 8 Mar. 2018 Outside, the throwback styling shines with moon disc hubcaps and whitewall tires. Justin L. Mack, Indianapolis Star, "Here's the coolest stuff we saw at the Indy RV Expo," 7 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of whitewall

1950, in the meaning defined above

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“Whitewall.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/whitewall. Accessed 6 December 2019.

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whitewall

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How to pronounce whitewall (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of whitewall

US : a tire on a car that has a white band near the rim of the wheel

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