childproof

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child·proof

(chīld'prūf)
Denotes packaging designed to prevent injury to children, refers particularly to medicines and household chemicals.

childproof

Designed to prevent injury to children; used esp. of medicine containers that children cannot open.
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Weather and Baby-proofed - guards against the harshest of conditions and even stains.
And in the end, that may be the real reason parents are so scared: Somewhere in this bubble-wrapped, baby-proofed world, one group of adults is treating kids as human beings, not snowflakes.
At sixty-five, on a cool Thanksgiving morning, I prepared dressing for the bird, my one contribution, and baby-proofed the house against Peter, eighteen months old and the fifth grandchild.
New aerial shots of Sean's LA mansion reveal he's already baby-proofed his house by building a fence around the swimming pool.
BEYONCE has reportedly demanded red toilet paper, alkaline water, a dressing room at 73 degrees and baby-proofed corners as she prepares for her sell-out two-night stint at Glasgow's SSE Hydro.
Don't worry she can't wander off or get stuck or anything as the house is fully baby-proofed, outdoors is next.
At the same time, she also baby-proofed her entire mansion.
Having baby-proofed the house for crawling I now have to do it again for someone twice the height.