from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Impervious or resistant to leaks or leakage.
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- adjective having no leaks.
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Resistantto leaks; hermetic, sound; as of a dry cell battery.
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- adjective not subject to leaks
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For faster results, place it in a leakproof bag and immerse it in water, changing the water every 30 minutes or so.
And most leakproof of all is the man who is actually making the decision.
Flat for perfect food presentation, leakproof and microwaveable.
"I don't think this is leakproof," he said somberly.
One reason for the feverish running-mate speculation is that those who actually know anything are a small, leakproof circle.
So far the Obama campaign has been leakproof, and to all appearances was not inclined to do business this way.
In many geologic regions, the deeper gas-bearing layers are under extraordinary pressure from the weight of earth and water above, but that pressure normally is contained by thousands of feet of leakproof rock that separate the gas from the surface.
Get a leakproof bucket or canister that's not too ugly and keep it on the counter or under the sink, ready to fill with vegetable scraps.
"Now, about this wall, Genie, is it well-made and leakproof?"
The women of “Hillaryland” have constructed a carefully managed, always on-message, leakproof campaign.