foolproof definition

  • adjective:
    • Designed in order to be impervious to peoples incompetence, error, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof protection lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof scheme.
    • Designed so as to be impervious to individual incompetence, mistake, or misuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof safety lock.
    • For a computer device: protected, or designed to be evidence against misuse or error; fail-safe.
    • Designed in order to be impervious to personal incompetence, mistake, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof safety lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof system.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof scheme.
    • For a notion or plan: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • For a tool: shielded, or built to be proof against misuse or error; fail-safe.
    • not liable to failure
    • For a computer device: protected, or designed to be evidence against abuse or mistake; fail-safe.
    • Designed so as to be impervious to personal incompetence, mistake, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof safety lock.
    • For a concept or plan: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof plan.
    • For a notion or program: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • For a device: protected, or built to be proof against abuse or mistake; fail-safe.
    • not prone to failure
    • not prone to failure
    • For a notion or plan: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • perhaps not liable to failure
    • Designed so as to be impervious to human incompetence, error, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof security lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof system.
    • For a device: protected, or designed to be proof against abuse or error; fail-safe.
    • For an idea or plan: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • not liable to failure
    • Designed in order to be impervious to individual incompetence, error, or misuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof protection lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof plan.
    • For a computer device: shielded, or designed to be evidence against abuse or mistake; fail-safe.
    • For an idea or program: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • not prone to failure
    • Designed to be able to be impervious to individual incompetence, mistake, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof safety lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof scheme.
    • Designed so as to be impervious to human being incompetence, mistake, or misuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof protection lock.
    • For a device: protected, or built to be proof against abuse or error; fail-safe.
    • Designed so as to be impervious to human being incompetence, mistake, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof protection lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof system.
    • For a concept or plan: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof system.
    • For a computer device: shielded, or designed to be proof against misuse or mistake; fail-safe.
    • perhaps not prone to failure
    • For a device: shielded, or made to be proof against abuse or error; fail-safe.
    • For a notion or program: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • For a thought or plan: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • not prone to failure
    • maybe not liable to failure
    • Designed to be able to be impervious to human being incompetence, error, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof safety lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof system.
    • For a computer device: protected, or designed to be evidence against abuse or error; fail-safe.
    • For a notion or program: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • maybe not liable to failure
    • Designed so as to be impervious to real human incompetence, mistake, or misuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof security lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof scheme.
    • For a computer device: shielded, or built to be evidence against abuse or mistake; fail-safe.
    • For a notion or program: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • Designed in order to be impervious to real human incompetence, mistake, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof safety lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof plan.
    • For a device: safeguarded, or built to be proof against abuse or mistake; fail-safe.
    • For a concept or program: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • maybe not prone to failure
    • perhaps not liable to failure
    • Designed to be able to be impervious to individual incompetence, mistake, or abuse: a foolproof detonator; a foolproof safety lock.
    • Effective; infallible: a foolproof scheme.
    • For a computer device: shielded, or made to be proof against abuse or error; fail-safe.
    • For an idea or program: infallible, or bulletproof.
    • maybe not prone to failure
  • verb:
    • evidence against real human abuse or mistake
    • proof against individual abuse or mistake
    • evidence against individual abuse or mistake
    • proof against human being misuse or mistake
    • proof against human being abuse or mistake
    • evidence against individual misuse or error
    • proof against human misuse or mistake
    • evidence against person misuse or mistake
    • proof against peoples abuse or error
    • evidence against human being misuse or error
    • evidence against human misuse or mistake
    • evidence against peoples abuse or error
    • proof against human being misuse or mistake

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