Foolproof



[fool-proof] /ˈfulˌpruf/

adjective
1.
involving no risk or harm, even when tampered with.
2.
never-failing:
a foolproof method.
/ˈfuːlˌpruːf/
adjective
1.
proof against failure; infallible: a foolproof idea
2.
(esp of machines) proof against human misuse, error, etc
adj.

also fool-proof, 1902, American English, “safe against the incompetence of a fool,” from fool (n.) + proof.

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