waterproofed

[ UK /wˈɔːtəpɹˌuːft/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not permitting the passage of water
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How To Use waterproofed In A Sentence

  • Her face was blank, as though waterproofed against what he'd told her. PROSPECT HILL
  • We waterproofed the structure with a layer of recycled floor-matting rubber that is invisible from inside and out.
  • Storage problems have been alleviated by the arrival of two large containers which have now been waterproofed and painted.
  • North of the town the 18th Panzer Division, using tanks which had been specially waterproofed for "Sea Lion" (the projected invasion of England), forded the river and struck across the marshy ground to the main Russian defences on the left bank of the Lesna, reaching them three hours later and there also capturing the bridge intact. Barbarossa
  • A coating of pine resin waterproofed the fir splice and his skis.
  • If directed by the architect or engineer all brickwork cleaned by sandblasting shall be waterproofed with an approved clear coating as designated by architect or engineer.
  • Likewise, the canals had to be waterproofed… for obvious reasons.
  • Also those carhart types of clothing are very tough, long lasting, can be waterproofed and are relatively inexpensive. The Best Camo for Hunting Away from Home
  • After the roof is waterproofed, soil is carefully placed over the roof in layers from 6 inches to 9 feet thick, depending on the strength of the underlying roof system.
  • Burberry added a few warfare-ready bells and whistles to his existing "Tielocken" style—made from gabardine, the company's own waterproofed worsted cotton creation—and so the "trench" coat was born. The Trench Gets a Nightlife
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