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actor-proof

[ak-ter-proof] /ˈæk tərˌpruf/
adjective, Theater
1.
(of a role or script) effective even if poorly acted.
Origin
1890-1895
1890-95; actor + -proof
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  • It's funny that you say it's actor-proof because of the writing.

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