- strong enough to resist the impact and explosive force of bombs or shells: a bombproof shelter.
- to make bombproof.
Origin of bombproof
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Examples from the Web for bombproof
Cooper, who worked closely with Ailes at the time, was with him at the News Corp. building when he requested the bombproof glass.NYPD Gives Fox News Special Protection
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When I think of the trenches again I think of the bombproof, near Labasse.Behind the Scenes in Warring Germany
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With other wounded I was taken to the bombproof in the fort.My Life In The South
Mrs. Wagoner's husband had been in a bombproof during the war, when Jim Upton (Jim's father) was with his company."Run To Seed"
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They were to carry guns of heavy metal, and to be bombproof on the top, with a descent for the shells to slide off.Held Fast For England
G. A. Henty
After zigging through a bombproof half-furlong of roof, he was dropping into a large twilit cave.The Creature from Cleveland Depths
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