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covert

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English

Etymology

From Old French covert (French couvert), past participle of couvrir, "to cover"

Adjective

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Positive
covert

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  1. Partially hidden, disguised, secret, surreptitious
  2. covered

Synonyms

Noun

Singular
covert

Plural
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  1. area of thick undergrowth where animals hide

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