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Etymology:

bear +‎ -proof


Verb:

bearproof (third-person singular simple present bearproofs, present participle bearproofing, simple past and past participle bearproofed) (transitive) To make resistant to bears. 2000, Michael Hodgson, Camping for Dummies The first step to take to avoid unpleasant encounters is to bearproof your camp.


Adjective:

Adjective bearproof (comparative more bearproof, superlative most bearproof) Resistant to bears. 2006, Dina Fayer, Bob Fayer, Pocket Dad: Everyday Wisdom, Practical Tips, and Fatherly Advice (page 100) Remember: Bears are smarter than you think! Without a bearproof box, it's wise to hang your food from a tree.


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