rustproof

adjective
rust·proof | \ˈrəst-ˌprüf \

Definition of rustproof 

: incapable of rusting

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At the same time, demand for zinc—a lightweight, rustproof metal favored in the car and construction industries among others—has remained steady, eating away at the excess inventory. David Hodari, WSJ, "Zinc Is in the Pink, as Mine Supply Struggles to Meet Demand," 10 July 2017 The 19-pound scooter is made from a lightweight, rustproof aluminum, and its 8-inch polyurethane wheels won�t ever go flat. Sonia Zjawinski, WIRED, "Fetish," 1 Nov. 2002

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rustproof

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of rustproof

: protected against rusting

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