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- adj. Having been made waterproof
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of waterproof.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not permitting the passage of water
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The bathing area is completely tiled and waterproofed, which is very important if you do not want water damage in your home.
I always carry waterproofed strike anywhere matches.
I carry waterproofed matches both in and out of screw cap case, regular stick matches in case, a knife/shave striker magnesium starter, and finally a DJEEP lighter, when I can find one.
The pine pitch waterproofed moccasins and held feathers firmly in headdresses.
Also those carhart types of clothing are very tough, long lasting, can be waterproofed and are relatively inexpensive.
Burberry added a few warfare-ready bells and whistles to his existing "Tielocken" style—made from gabardine, the company's own waterproofed worsted cotton creation—and so the "trench" coat was born.
The angled metal roof is waterproofed with recycled tire rubber and is available with an integrated solar laminate to power the unit.
Ms. Taylor says she seeks out waterproofed cotton, rather than plasticky or technological fabrics.
Whilst their feathers are waterproofed and they possess an insulating layer of subcutaneous fat to fend off the cold of the water, on land they must resort to panting, raising their feathers and holding their wings away from their body to release heat.
Two-year-old Merlin can tap symbols on the waterproofed iPad and Kassewitz reckons the dolphin will be able to get the hang of a wide assortment of symbols.
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