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nonporous

(nɒnˈpɔːrəs)
adj
not permeable to water, air, or other fluids
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nonporous - not porous; especially not having vessels that appear as pores; "nonporous wood"
poriferous, porous - full of pores or vessels or holes
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American citizens have every right to expect that the defense of the nation should include a nonporous border Why have a country if you don't protect the border?
The renewable and repairable surface is nonporous, non-absorbent, and stain resistant for ease of maintenance and durability.
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Currently the system marks on porous substrates, but the company is working on developing inks for nonporous marking applications.
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They may be specified in rackable and stackable styles, and are made from nonporous plastic that is easy to clean and sanitize to meet food and beverage supply chain regulations.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers from University of Tabriz used graphite nanoparticles to produce laboratorial samples of high temperature ceramics which enjoy dense and nonporous structure with high fracture toughness.