water-resistant

ADJECTIVE
  1. hindering the penetration of water
    a water-repellent coat
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How To Use water-resistant In A Sentence

  • The water-resistant fabric is available in blue, green or natural.
  • Water-resistant drywall used as a the backer quickly degrades once subjected to moisture.
  • Oiled wood is water-resistant and won't flake.
  • Trail runners of all abilities will appreciate the rugged, water-resistant design of this shoe, as well as the trail-specific outsole's durability and traction.
  • You could also move plug sockets higher up the walls, and replaster internal walls with a water-resistant material. Times, Sunday Times
  • Named for the Canadian province where it originated, the Newfoundland's webbed feet, rudder-like tail, and water-resistant coat make it a natural swimmer.
  • Talking of balls, manufacturers have made them lighter, water-resistant and generally much more accurate - a world away from the waterlogged medicine balls that players used to break their feet on.
  • Children's suncare products are normally water-resistant.
  • Named for the Canadian province where it originated, the Newfoundland's webbed feet, rudder-like tail, and water-resistant coat make it a natural swimmer.
  • You could also move plug sockets higher up the walls, and replaster internal walls with a water-resistant material. Times, Sunday Times
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