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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of childproof.

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Examples

  • I have the “childproofed” one as a wooden sign in my kitchen!

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  • With heightened mobility comes greater safety concerns, and the pediatrician will make sure you really have childproofed high and low.

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  • With heightened mobility comes greater safety concerns, and the pediatrician will make sure you really have childproofed high and low.

    You Raising Your Child

  • With heightened mobility comes greater safety concerns, and the pediatrician will make sure you really have childproofed high and low.

    You Raising Your Child

  • With heightened mobility comes greater safety concerns, and the pediatrician will make sure you really have childproofed high and low.

    You Raising Your Child

  • Ours is becoming a childproofed nation, where playgrounds have been shut down because of sharp-edged jungle gyms, where legislatures pass anti-bullying measures, where students are no longer sent home with suspension notices, but are sent instead to peer mediation and conflict resolution classes.

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  • German-made ovens are wonders of industrial design -- yet hardly a manufacturer in the country has childproofed them by moving the controls from the front of the stove to the top.

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  • Good thing we have already childproofed the house to the nines.

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  • Good thing we have already childproofed the house to the nines.

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  • The Weirdgirl childproofed her power-strip-from-hell by MacGyvering a solution out of a wood chest.

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