A cask or vessel to contain water is said to be wind-tight and water-tight.
The walls of a chicken-house must first of all be wind-tight.
Long grass, etc., should be plucked and strewn against them to make them as wind-tight as possible.
Direct plunge-brakes worked from lower platform only, loaded silk or fibre, wind-tight.
The houses in which the labourer has to live are neither sanitary, water-tight, nor wind-tight.