tamperproof
adjective see tamper

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • tamperproof — /tam peuhr proohf /, adj. that cannot be tampered with; impervious to tampering: a tamper proof lock. Also, tamper proof. [1885 90; TAMPER1 + PROOF] * * * …   Universalium

  • tamperproof — adjective Resistant to tampering …   Wiktionary

  • tamperproof — adj. that cannot be tampered with …   English contemporary dictionary

  • tamperproof — /tam peuhr proohf /, adj. that cannot be tampered with; impervious to tampering: a tamper proof lock. Also, tamper proof. [1885 90; TAMPER1 + PROOF] …   Useful english dictionary

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