from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Resistant to catching fire; flame-retardant.
- transitive v. To make resistant to catching fire.
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- adj. Resistant to catching fire.
- v. To make flameproof.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. not susceptible to burning; noncombustible; fireproof; -- of artifacts. Opposite of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. resistant to catching fire
Novec EGC-2702 is non-flammable, thus eliminating the need for electrical equipment used in the drying process to be classified as flameproof or 'intrinsically safe'.
Unlike most other coatings available, Novec EGC-2702 is non-flammable, which eliminates the need for electrical equipment used in the drying process to be classified as flameproof or
Unlike most other coatings available, Novec EGC-2702 is non-flammable, which eliminates the need for electrical equipment used in the drying process to be classified as flameproof or 'intrinsically safe'.
Ironically, this building was marketed as "flameproof" but an
If those codes and been in effect, the people living in cardboard boxes making $10 a year would know enough to insist on pier-and-beam foundations and flameproof wallboard.
Place a medium flameproof casserole over medium-low heat.
Lightly butter an 8-inch square flameproof baking dish.
You take the brown parts of onion skins from 12 onions (about 4 cups); rinse if dirty; arrange them in the bottom of a large flameproof casserole and put 12 eggs on top (whole eggs, in shell, no cracks).
He drove today with the word MONZA hand-written on his flameproof balaclava by Roquelin, who had asked him earlier in the season to identify the memory that made him feel happiest.
Catching the flaming girl, he smothered as much of the fire as he could against his flameproof shipsuit, then rolled over and over with her, putting out t he flames in their path and the ones devouring the girl's clothing and hair at the same time.