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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]
cow1 an adult female of a bovine animal, esp. the domestic farm animal kept or raised for its milk or meat. [2 definitions]
cow2 to scare or intimidate with threats, violence, or the like.
coward a person who lacks the courage to face danger, pain, or difficulty; a person easily discouraged or intimidated by fear. [2 definitions]
cowardice lack of bravery or resolve in the face of danger, pain, or other difficulties.
cowardly of or like a coward. [3 definitions]
cowbell a bell hung around the neck of a cow to make known where it is.
cowberry a low creeping evergreen with white or pink flowers and edible, acid red berries.
cowbird a North American member of the blackbird family, usu. with a brownish head, often found with herds of cattle.
cowboy a mounted cattle herdsman employed by ranches of the western United States. [3 definitions]
cowcatcher a strong metal frame on the front of a locomotive that removes obstacles from the track.
cower to crouch or cringe in fear.
cowfish a small, brightly-colored fish covered with bony plates and having a spike over each eye, found in tropical waters. [2 definitions]
cowgirl a young woman hired to herd and tend cattle, usu. on horseback, in the western United States. [2 definitions]
cowhand a cattle ranch employee; cowboy or cowgirl.
cowherd a person who tends cattle.
cowhide the skin and hair of a cow or leather made from the skin. [3 definitions]
cowinner combined form of winner.