- v. present participle of weatherproof.
“The second came in the late 90's and is an "Express" model, basic wood with a nice OD green/brown coat of paint I applied for weatherproofing/camo as it is my waterfowl gun.”
“Does this mean that these crackers have been made with some sort of weatherproofing rodent tallow?”
“The Investing Answer: The cost of weatherproofing your home pales in comparison to the money you will spend on heating bills or repairs after something breaks.”
“I'm sure the weatherproofing (anti-fog) has probably degraded over the years, but i've only experienced fogging on a few occassions in very foul weather.”
“The money raised will go towards weatherproofing the gallery's roof.”
“The move for a clean energy economy has been embraced by the AFL-CIO, seeing the potential for employment in construction of wind turbines, installation of solar panels and, one of the potentially greenest and oft-ignored sectors, retrofitting of existing buildings with energy efficiencies like better insulation and weatherproofing.”
“Vic motors past tents sagging under layers of tarp and other jerry-rigged, middle-of-the-night weatherproofing.”
“A large canvas tarp covered the primitive structure in a failed attempt at weatherproofing.”
“These volunteers can be enlisted not only for political action - nudging wayward Congress people to support Obama initiatives - but also for service within their communities: volunteering at soup kitchens, finding housing for those who have lost their homes due to the recession, weatherproofing public facilities, and so forth.”
“The businesses could include organic sheep and cattle farming, weatherproofing housing stock, domestic solar, wind generation, or harvesting rain water among so many other possibilities.”
Looking for tweets for weatherproofing.