foolproof vs fullproof

foolproof fullproof


  • 1) For an idea or plan: infallible, or bulletproof.
  • 2) For a device: protected, or designed to be proof against misuse or error; fail-safe.
  • 3) Designed so as to be impervious to human incompetence, error, or misuse.
  • 4) Effective; infallible.
  • 5) proof against human misuse or error


  • 1) But there's only one foolproof method : freshness.
  • 2) How disappointed would you be if there were no foolproof method?
  • 3) The only foolproof way to stay dry is by going home.
  • 4) The foolproof way is to win a gold medal.
  • 5) Is there a foolproof way or some shortcut to help one to distinguish which language one is faced with?
  • 6) This is a good example of how being indoors is not a foolproof way to be safe from lightning strikes.
  • 7) Virtually foolproof to use, it flattering.
  • 8) Of course, the system is not foolproof.
  • 9) That's a foolproof way to bag a second series.
  • 10) I'VE come up with a foolproof way to defeat the Taliban.
  • 11) A great base coat is also a foolproof way to help colour application.
  • 12) Setting up one of these schemes is not simple, nor is it a foolproof way to avoid tax.
  • 13) You now need to work out a foolproof way of keeping them both apart or one of the two will take a dive for sure.
  • 14) It would be a major change to the game and it would need to be a 100 per cent foolproof system.
  • 15) Services across the country vary so widely, it is the only foolproof method of finding out exactly what is available in your area.
  • 16) But then I realised what this means is the system is foolproof.
  • 17) What he can't yet do is draft a foolproof plan to bottle up Robinho.
  • 18) Of course, when it comes to working with people, there are no foolproof methods.
  • 19) He said: 'There is no foolproof system.
  • 20) He had the motive: he thought he'd invented a foolproof investing system.
  • 21) He warns: 'There is no foolproof system but chip and pin has been presented in that way.
  • 22) There is no foolproof method of identifying the beliefs that people hold, let alone the particular beliefs that they entertain just before their endorphins are released.
  • 23) “A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.”
  • 24) Curse that Aimee and her so-called foolproof formula for success: “Wear your hair down and the highest heels you have, then watch the tips roll in.”
  • 25) The little formulas that the smart boys who design these so-called foolproof systems build in so they can sneak a gander whenever they feel like it.
  • 26) He proceeded to share his so-called foolproof secrets on how he managed to purchase eleven cars in his lifetime way below sticker price.
  • 27) There is nothing which can be called foolproof or completely safe.
  • 28) However, mammograms as important as they are, are not 100\% foolproof, which is why a CBE by a trained examiner is strongly recommended.
  • 29) ‘Bee-eaters have worked out a foolproof security system for the nest.’
  • 30) ‘True, democracy and the rule of law provide no foolproof security guarantee.’
  • 31) ‘Come up with a foolproof security system and stop other men like you from stealing priceless works of art.’
  • 32) ‘Now, no one wants the president assassinated, but the reality is no security is foolproof.’
  • 33) ‘Now we need to make sure that the system is as foolproof as possible.’
  • 34) ‘They are supposed to be foolproof and guaranteed to keep horses and jockeys safe, and to open in unison.’
  • 35) ‘These examples should not be considered foolproof systems or events possible only in developed economies.’
  • 36) ‘We must take the initiative with regard to food labelling, with the critical aim of putting in place a foolproof system.’
  • 37) ‘While you could just write to random addresses in Timbuktu, we have a foolproof system in place.’
  • 38) ‘While you could just write random addresses in Amsterdam we have a foolproof system in place.’
  • 39) ‘The foolproof system gives little room for manipulation by the conductor.’
  • 40) ‘Letters coming to MEPs in Brussels are scanned, but the system is not foolproof.’
  • 41) ‘The State has yet to fine tune a foolproof system by which accidents can be prevented.’
  • 42) ‘However, this is not a foolproof system as not all marketing firms are signed-up.’
  • 43) ‘It all adds up to an almost foolproof mechanical length measuring system that Les says produces excellent results.’
  • 44) ‘I am writing to assure you that my operation is completely safe and foolproof.’
  • 45) ‘Companies that can offer safe and foolproof connections stand to rise to the top.’
  • 46) ‘See that your dive boat has a foolproof checking system, whether in the form of a roll-call or an effective tagging system.’
  • 47) ‘Since the Christmas holidays, my foolproof, and copyrighted, two-stage sleeping system has been failing.’
  • 48) ‘It's a pretty complex system with some safeguards, but not foolproof, as you know.’

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