[ shat-er-proof ]
/ ˈʃæt ərˌpruf /
designed or made to resist shattering: shatterproof glass in automobile windows.
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armored, durable, everlasting, firm, incorruptible, indestructible, invulnerable, lasting, resistant, rugged, solid, tight, unshakable, unyielding, adamantine, perdurable, infrangible
- shatter cone,
- shavano peak,
- shave biopsy,
Origin of shatterproof
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/ (ˈʃætəˌpruːf) /
designed to resist shattering
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