verb (used with object)
- waters, muddy,
- waters, territorial,
Origin of waterproof
Examples from the Web for waterproof
So they had to make me this waterproof renaissance gown and I would have to descend into the hot tub for rehearsal.Michaela Watkins: Fired From ‘SNL’ To Hollywood’s Funniest Scene-Stealer|Kevin Fallon|March 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The money was packaged in waterproof containers and thrown out of small, fixed-wing aircrafts over the ship.
Carry along a waterproof sheet to give the porter when he makes up the berth.If Your Baby Must Travel in Wartime|United States Department of Labor, Children's Bureau
I'll just put on my waterproof and thick veil, and go home and have a good cry.
Many of these mantles, whether of flax, feathers or dog-skin, were quaintly beautiful as well as warm and waterproof.The Long White Cloud|William Pember Reeves
Diving-dress, a waterproof dress of india-rubber cloth used by professional divers, and covering the entire body except the head.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Our tents were only three in all, but they were strong and waterproof, a great consideration when traversing a country like this.Our Home in the Silver West|Gordon Stables