shatterproof

[shat-er-proof]
adjective
designed or made to resist shattering: shatterproof glass in automobile windows.

Origin:
1935–40; shatter + -proof

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shatterproof (ˈʃætəˌpruːf)
 
adj
designed to resist shattering

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Example sentences
Their traditional shatterproof solutions are focused mainly on florescent, commercial-grade lighting.
Transparent shatterproof covers are preferred for uninsulated ducts.
Such gauges have shatterproof faces, solid fronts, and blowout or generously vented cases.
Use shatterproof, guarded bulbs and heavy duty wiring for temporary lighting.
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