free from earthquakes.
denoting a region free of earthquakes
(not in technical use) denoting a region free of all but a few small earthquakes
(of buildings, etc) designed to withstand earthquakes

“resistant to earthquake destruction,” 1884, from a- (2) “not” + seismic.


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