Cover [noun]

Definition of Cover:

wrapping, cover-up

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Sentence/Example of Cover:

Suzuki sold a few, mostly to owners who must’ve parked the things under a cover once the honeymoon was over and reality set in.

Aké should provide solid cover when needed, but the center back City really wants is Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly.

Megaflashes form within vast networks of thunderstorms and cloud cover called mesoscale convective systems.

It can support up to three riders and features a “kwik-connect” hook-up system for an easy connection to you towline, a heavy-duty nylon cover, and a speed safety valve for easy inflation.

This magic maker is practically all blade, but not to worry, it comes with a protective cover for safe handling and a sleekly designed handle so you can get a good grip.

New soil will also be “treated and seeded” to help fill ground cover.

The helix bite valve, which opens the flow of water by applying pressure, comes with an included cover.

The crown has been in photographer Barron Claiborne’s possession since he captured Biggie for the cover of Rap Pages magazine.

The September issue of Vanity Fair is out—and features a stunning cover image of Breonna Taylor as painted by Amy Sherald, the artist perhaps best known for her portrait of Michelle Obama.

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