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  • adjective That prevents the access of draughts
  • verb To seal an opening, so as to prevent the access of draughts


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  • The bridge-was as draughtproof as it was possible to make it.

    San Andreas MacLean, Alistair 1984

  • From Ray Langton, whose devotion to duty included seducing Deirdre while she wore spectacles that even Ted Moult would not have been able to draughtproof, to the extra in the hairdressers who reads Hello with tin foil in her hair while Audrey plots a £5-an-hour tryst with a gigolo.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed 2010


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