Definitions

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  • adjective Capable of resisting a storm.

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  • adjective protected against or able to withstand storms

Etymologies

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storm +‎ -proof

Examples

  • The 1. 6-ounce Brunton Firestorm stormproof lighter can take winds up to 80 mph and ensures you'll never have to rub two sticks together. $60, brunton. com

    The Great Tech-doors

  • I've got a Brunton Firestorm stormproof butane camping lighter sitting on my desk and want to give it away to whomever finds the best link to an interesting hunting, fishing, camping, or survival-related story.

    New Contest: Links of the Week

  • And if you want to use the hat analogy, WEP (ph) is kind of like a hat that might shield you from the sun, whereas WPA is like a stormproof suit that would shield you from all inclement weather.

    CNN Transcript Jan 28, 2006

  • ZARRELLA: From a squat, concrete, stormproof building, Mayfield oversees a team of hurricane forecasters.

    CNN Transcript Sep 21, 2002

  • ZARRELLA: From a squat, concrete, stormproof building, Mayfield oversees a team of hurricane forecasters.

    CNN Transcript Jun 8, 2002

  • ZARRELLA: From a aquat, concrete stormproof building, Mayfield oversees a team of hurricane forecasters.

    CNN Transcript Nov 4, 2001

  • Thus a couple of wandering natives, unrecognizable under their dirty stormproof blankets and their scarcely, thinner layers of grease and grime, watched impassively, incuriously, while a box floated pendant from its parachute from sky to ground.

    First Lensman

  • This, to the Interpreter, was the almost unbelievable tragedy -- that the people should not know what to do; that they should not have given more thought to making the structure of their citizenship stormproof.

    Helen of the Old House

  • In tent life, in time of gales and driving storms, it is frequently difficult, and sometimes indeed impossible, to properly care for the patients, for the tents of the people are seldom stormproof or rainproof.

    Bobby of the Labrador

  • How can you imagine a stormproof, never-varying bark under the charge of a fallible Pilot?

    The Faith of Our Fathers

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