- resisting wind, as fabric or a jacket or coat.
Origin of windproof
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Kate changed in the airport, into a (windproof) pair of jeans and a cream sweater.Gust of Wind Catches Kate's Dress During Stop Over Down Under
September 19, 2012
Moleskin or whipcord withstands the hardest usage and is windproof and warm.Touring Afoot
Claude Powell Fordyce
When sich mud am daubed in de cracks it stay and dem cabins am sho' windproof and warm.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves.
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They tell me that every one here puts on fat in the cold weather as a kind of windproof jacket.Le Petit Nord
Anne Elizabeth Caldwell (MacClanahan) Grenfell and Katie Spalding
These are sold to the soldiers and sailors for wear under their tunics and are most beautifully light and windproof.Women and War Work
A windproof coat of thin oil-silk or of a kind of paper-cloth made by a Paris firm, is a very good substitute for a spare sweater.How To Ski and How Not To