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coverage the amount or type of protection available against loss or liability as provided by insurance or reserve funds, or the protection itself. [3 definitions]
coveralls a one-piece protective garment with trousers and sleeves, worn by workmen over clothing.
cover charge a fixed amount charged by nightclubs and restaurants in addition to the price of food and drink, often used to defray the cost of live entertainment or music.
cover crop a quick-growing crop planted to prevent soil erosion or soil depletion.
covered wagon a large wagon with a high arched canvas cover, used by American pioneers.
cover girl a young woman whose picture is on the cover of a magazine.
cover ground to pass over an area. [2 definitions]
covering something that covers or conceals.
coverless combined form of cover.
coverlet the topmost cover on a bed; bedspread or counterpane.
cover letter a letter of explanation enclosed with a document, package, or the like.
cover story a magazine article featured in the picture or headlines on the magazine's cover. [2 definitions]
covert concealed or done in secret. [3 definitions]
covert cloth a twill cloth made of wool, used for suits and lightweight overcoats.
coverture a cover, disguise, or hiding place. [2 definitions]
cover up to conceal (something damaging or embarrassing).
cover-up an action or scheme to conceal something, esp. a misdeed or scandal.
covet to envy or wish to possess (something belonging to another) inordinately or without right. [3 definitions]
covetable combined form of covet.
covetous desiring that which belongs to another; wanting possessions; greedy.
covey a broad or small group of partridges, quail, or the like. [2 definitions]