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synonyms for rainproof

  • impermeable
  • impervious
  • airtight
  • sealed
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antonyms for rainproof

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  • leaky
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How to use rainproof in a sentence

Just behind the barn he built me a lean-to shed, 253 about seventy-five feet long, open toward the east, and shingled rainproof.
THE IDYL OF TWIN FIRESWALTER PRICHARD EATON
We were hurried away to remove our wet rainproof coats and to dry our hats and faces in the brilliant sunshine.
SOUTH AFRICAN MEMORIESLADY SARAH WILSON
Silk and woolen materials for umbrella making, raincoats, etc., are expected to be rainproof.
TEXTILESWILLIAM H. DOOLEY
Cravenette—Cloths treated and finished before weaving by an improved process which renders them rainproof.
TEXTILES AND CLOTHINGKATE HEINTZ WATSON
No one would cavil at that term as applied to Whitman—yet one must not forget the “rainproof coat.”
THE VAGABOND IN LITERATUREARTHUR RICKETT
"Only we'd have to make them stone proof as well as rainproof," and at this remark there was a general smile.
THE ROVER BOYS ON A TOURARTHUR M. WINFIELD
Then an Englishman comes down the stairs behind me, flapping his Burberry rainproof overcoat.
A WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE IN THE GREAT WARLOUISE MACK
In making these boxes great care should be taken to fit the joints and cover so as to render them rainproof.
SHIFTS AND EXPEDIENTS OF CAMP LIFE, TRAVEL & EXPLORATIONW. B. LORD
Personally I have never worn rainproof garments when canoeing.
PACKING AND PORTAGINGDILLON WALLACE
An outer covering that is rainproof and non-absorbent avoids the absorption of water and the consequent increase of weight.
FLYING THE ATLANTIC IN SIXTEEN HOURSARTHUR WHITTEN BROWN
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