bumper sticker


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bumper sticker

n.
A sticker bearing a printed message designed for display on a vehicle's bumper.

bumper sticker

n
a label affixed to the rear windscreen or bumper of a motor vehicle displaying an advertisement or slogan

bump′er stick`er


n.
an adhesive-backed strip of paper for sticking onto the rear bumper of an automobile, bearing a slogan.
[1965–70]
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