Rain-tight

Rain´-tight`

    (rān´tīt`)
a.1.So tight as to exclude rain; as, a rain-tight roof.
References in classic literature ?
In the last days of autumn he had whitewashed the chalet, painted the doors, windows, and veranda, repaired the roof and interior, and improved the place so much that the landlord had warned him that the rent would be raised at the expiration of his twelvemonth's tenancy, remarking that a tenant could not reasonably expect to have a pretty, rain-tight dwelling-house for the same money as a hardly habitable ruin.
The vent kits are intended to offer thermal cooling for instruments or electronics installed inside electrical enclosures, plus rain-tight protection for the air flow passages through the enclosure walls.
The repair work will involve renewing the lead sheets, re-organising the guttering and ventilating the roof voids to make the buildings rain-tight and ensure any moisture is not trapped.
Most of the valves come standard with NEMA 4 rain-tight solenoids to add durability to designs.
Each rain-tight unit is 13 inches high and weighs just over 4 pounds, including 2 lantern batteries and carrying handle.