weatherproof

[ UK /wˈɛðəpɹˌuːf/ ]
[ US /ˈwɛðɝˌpɹuf/ ]
VERB
  1. make resistant to bad weather
ADJECTIVE
  1. able to withstand exposure to weather without damage
    weatherproof electric wiring
    a weatherproof coat
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How To Use weatherproof In A Sentence

  • It had already been instrumented, and Rex toed the weatherproof case of the old seismograph with disdain. MINUTES TO BURN
  • Using weatherproof flags approved by the Coast Guard, I attempted to signal passing ships.
  • He said: ‘People taking part need to bring a weatherproof jacket and sturdy shoes or boots.’
  • But repairs to make the building weatherproof are estimated at more than £60,000.
  • Each stick is oiled with teak oil to weatherproof it and maintain its ‘natural’ look.
  • For golf shirts, Weatherproof is adding a category of micro pima golf shirts to its 2003 offering of 60s two-ply double mercerized golf shirts.
  • He said there were concerns about the toxic oil pitch known as creosote that the railroad used to weatherproof the structure. Phillies Zone
  • a weatherproof coat
  • ‘We're building everything by hand, using wood with steel sheeting for the top, so it's extremely strong and weatherproof,’ Arkin says.
  • He applied the same cedar shingle siding and roofing he used the first time around on the new addition but upped the weatherproofing factor with a rubber roof membrane.
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