Definitions

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  • adj. Resistant to fading.

Etymologies

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fade +‎ -proof

Examples

  • Much like butterflies and bees, we're drawn to color -- an attraction that must have served us well when colorful meant ripe fruits -- and the cheapest, easiest, and most fadeproof way to saturate food with vivid colors is a chemical one.

    Maria Rodale: What's All This Food Coloring Good For?

  • They are said to be "waterproof on most surfaces" but nothing is mentioned on the package or on the pens about them being fadeproof.

    Still red after all these months

  • I had always used waterproof and fadeproof ink to mark the shells of live land snails.

    How to mark a snail shell

  • Archivist Trevor Plante initially raised concerns about the pardon because the "5" appeared to be written in darker ink over another number, and a year-long Archives investigation determined that Lowry used a fountain pen and fadeproof ink to make the change while sitting in a research room.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • This month, Lowry admitted to investigators that he used a fountain pen with "fadeproof, pigment-based ink" to change the date.

    chicagotribune.com - News

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