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heat-resistant in Household topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheat-resistantˈheat-reˌsistant adjective  DHHOTnot easily damaged by heat
Examples from the Corpus
heat-resistantReaching 1,200 seconds will require exotic heat-resistant alloys.Made in heat-resistant glass, it comes with a cork mat.Each brush has a heat-resistant handle with a rubber-neck grip for firm hold while you style.Warriors in full armour paraded in the colossal hangar, its walls plated with slabs of heat-resistant mica.Minor cracks can be repaired with special heat-resistant mortar such as that supplied by Purimachos.This ensures that much of the direct sunlight falls on the underside, where the most heat-resistant surfaces are placed.