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flame·proof / ˈflāmˌproōf/ • adj. (esp. of a fabric) treated so as to be nonflammable. ∎  (of cookware) able to be used either in an oven or on a stove: a flameproof casserole. • v. [tr.] make (something) flameproof.

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