Definition of draught excluder in English:

draught excluder

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noun

A strip of foam rubber, metal, or other material inserted in a door or window frame to keep out draughts.
More example sentences
  • One Sunday our neighbour says she's decided that it is me and could I please ask our landlord to fit draft excluders on our front door.
  • Three doors led off the third-floor landing; one to a toilet, one to the master bedroom and the third to the rest of the staircase, acting as a combined draught excluder and fire door.
  • Spell-checkers are the worst invention since sausage dog-shaped draught excluders and novelty doorbells.

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