Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Proof against venom; hence, proof against envy or malice.

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Examples

  • Consequently, essential gear for snipe hunting in Texas includes snake-proof leg protection, worn over hip boots, or waders, as well as your favorite shotgun, at least two boxes of shells, and a set of ammo pouches with a game bag.

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  • They come and go freely under the sod cloth of my tent, which is plainly labeled snake-proof, apparently not lizard-proof.

    Falling Ill in Africa, and Loving It

  • The coop had been deemed snake-proof, but the slim snake had easily passed in at the half-inch mesh wire-netting in front.

    My Tropic Isle

  • Our chicken coops were made snake-proof, but a more than ordinarily, crafty individual burglariously broke into one, and the hen and chickens sounded the alarm.

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber

  • Great minds think alike: project staff members display their snake-proof boots.

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  • You might live all your life in Australia and never see one; but in a few country parts it has been found necessary to enclose the homesteads on the stations with snake-proof wire-fencing, so as to make some place of safety in which young children may play.

    Peeps At Many Lands: Australia

  • Harry remarked that a snake-proof house was certainly quite to his liking, and he hoped the building would continue to display its admirable qualities as long as he remained there.

    The Land of the Kangaroo Adventures of Two Youths in a Journey through the Great Island Continent

  • It's time to put on our heavy leather gloves, our snake-proof thigh-high boots, our helmet with the bulletproof visor and our Valley 101

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  • Snake-catcher pleads with residents to snake-proof animal enclosures and look out for pets A

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • SNAKE catcher has pleaded with pet owners to snake-proof their animal enclosures.

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