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Adjective: bulletproof  'bû-lit,proof
  1. Without flaws or loopholes
    "a bulletproof argument";
    - unassailable, unshakable, watertight, ironclad, unshakeable
  2. Not penetrable by bullets
    "bulletproof glass"; "bulletproof vest"
Verb: bulletproof  'bû-lit,proof
  1. Make bulletproof
    "bulletproof the car"

Derived forms: bulletproofs, bulletproofing, bulletproofed

See also: armored [US], armoured [Brit, Cdn], incontestable, incontestible

Type of: proof

Encyclopedia: Bulletproof