- waters, muddy,
- waters, territorial,
Origin of waterproofing
verb (used with object)
Origin of waterproof
Examples from the Web for waterproofing
Then a waterproofing contractor agreed to make the reservoir water tight with paper and tar, by applying it on the inside.
Where a heavier waterproofing is necessary the waterproofing compound is covered with one or more ⅝-in.
After the waterproofing with pitch and felt had thoroughly hardened it was plastered over with a trowel with a 1-in.
Waterproofing by paraffin is a most satisfactory process and the one most used by tent manufacturers.
The one feature of shoe selection which seems to appeal to the average sportsman is waterproofing.