full proof vs foolproof : Common Errors in English

About full proof vs foolproof

If you want to get credit for solving a complicated mathematical problem, you will have to provide a full proof. But if you’re trying to make something as easy as possible, you want to make it foolproof—so simple even a fool couldn’t screw it up.

foolproof Meaning(s)

  • (v) proof against human misuse or error
  • (s) not liable to failure

foolproof in News

  1. Savvy consumer: Look, feel your best with these drugstore beauty deals

    Savvy consumer: Look, feel your best with these drugstore beauty deals good Housekeeping Reports Published Jun 12, 2013 09:49PM MDT Look pretty on a dime with these foolproof products and deals that will break any beauty rut without breaking the bank. Hydrate hair, $6 • Oils are a treat for summertime strands. They keep hair smooth, shiny and manageable. Apply a dime-sized amount throughout ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

  2. Savvy consumer: Look, feel your best with these drugstore deals

    Savvy consumer: Look, feel your best with these drugstore deals good Housekeeping Reports Published Jun 12, 2013 09:49PM MDT Look pretty on a dime with these foolproof products and deals that will break any beauty rut without breaking the bank. Hydrate hair, $6 • Oils are a treat for summertime strands. They keep hair smooth, shiny and manageable. Apply a dime-sized amount throughout locks, then ...
    on June 13, 2013 Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

  3. Apple's Activation Lock feature a potential victory for law enforcement

    Nothing is truly foolproof when it comes to securing your phone. But device manufacturers are working on it. Apple today announced a new feature in its iOS mobile software at its Worldwide Developers Conference that appears to represent a big step toward law enforcement’s dream — a remot
    on June 11, 2013 Source: Seattle Times

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