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Adjective: waterproof  'wo-tu(r),proof
  1. Not permitting the passage of water
    "The defendant agreed to put the said house in good repair, including making the roof waterproof";
    - rainproof, waterproofed
Noun: waterproof  'wo-tu(r),proof
  1. Any fabric impervious to water
  2. A water-resistant coat
    - raincoat
Verb: waterproof  'wo-tu(r),proof
  1. Make watertight
    "Waterproof the coat"

Derived forms: waterproofs, waterproofed, waterproofing

See also: tight

Type of: cloth, coat, fabric, material, seal, seal off, textile

Encyclopedia: Waterproof, Louisiana