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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 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]
Covid-19 a serious, potentially fatal disease caused by a novel coronavirus that broke out initially in 2019 and caused a pandemic in 2020. The disease particularly affects the lungs and the ability to breathe. "Co" in Covid stands for "corona," "vi" stands for "virus," and "d" stands for "disease." The number 19 refers to the year 2019.
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.