shatterproof

[ US /ˈʃætɝˌpɹuf/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈætəpɹˌuːf/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. resistant to shattering or splintering
    shatterproof automobile windows
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How To Use shatterproof In A Sentence

  • Modern safety standards require shatterproof glass, which won't smash into sharp shards - but older furniture may well have plain glass.
  • shatterproof automobile windows
  • The market decides whether cars have contiguous frames, shatterproof windshields, protected gas tanks, air bags or seatbelts, and what the height of SUV bumpers ought to be.
  • The RPC jar is extrusion blow moulded in co-polymer PP to deliver significant shatterproof and lightweighting benefits.
  • And you're right, there is no explanation for why this didn't go through, but it appears that $40 million was necessary for some kind of shatterproof panel based on the new location. TPMMuckraker
  • The RPC jar is extrusion blow moulded in co-polymer PP to deliver significant shatterproof and lightweighting benefits.
  • Dull pain throbbed in the back of her head where her skull had collided with the shatterproof glass.
  • He had been under the impression that shatterproof glass didn't cut. OUTCAST
  • Modern safety standards require shatterproof glass, which won't smash into sharp shards - but older furniture may well have plain glass.
  • There was clear glass behind him, reinforced stuff, shatterproof, stormproof, and beyond it was a creature.
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