Thunderproof

Thun´der`proof`


a.1.Secure against the effects of thunder or lightning.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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James Anderson's The Bee features 'Strictures of Scottish Poetry, particularly that of Allan Ramsay' by 'Timothy Thunderproof, the pseudonym for James Thomson Callender, on 21 September 1791.
Although a lone voice, Timothy Thunderproof's contributions to The Bee in the 1790s valued Ramsay for his resemblance to Dryden; now, Ramsay is confined to the domesticity of the Scottish cottage in the 'daily and visible world'.