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cove definition

  • noun:
    • a little sheltered bay inside shoreline of a sea, lake, or lake.
    • A recess or little area into the part of a mountain.
    • A cave or cavern.
    • A narrow gap or pass between hills or forests.
    • Architecture A concave molding.
    • Architecture A concave area developing a junction between a ceiling and a wall. Also known as coving.
    • Chiefly British A fellow; a guy.
    • A fellow; a person.
    • a pal; a mate.
    • A retired nook; specially, a tiny, sheltered inlet, creek, or bay; a recess when you look at the shore.
    • A strip of prairie extending into woodland; in addition, a recess into the part of a mountain.
    • A concave molding.
    • an associate, whoever section is a concave bend, used especially for an inner roof or roof, as around a skylight.
    • A boy or guy of any age or station.
    • a tiny inlet, creek, or bay; a recess or nook when you look at the coast of every substantial body of water.
    • thus A hollow, nook, or recess in a mountain, or among mountains.
    • In architecture, a concavity; almost any concave molding; the hollow of a vault.
    • In ship-building, a curved or arched molding at the bottom of this taffrail. An elliptical molding above it had been called the arch of cove.
    • A man; someone; a fellow: usually preceded by some adjective: since, a vintage cove; a rum cove; a flash cove, etc.
    • a tiny inlet
    • little or thin cave in the side of a cliff or mountain
    • A small sheltered bay inside shoreline of a-sea, lake, or pond.
    • A recess or small valley into the part of a mountain.
    • A cave or cavern.
    • A narrow gap or pass between hills or woods.
    • Architecture A concave molding.
    • Architecture A concave surface forming a junction between a ceiling and a wall. Also called coving.
    • Chiefly British A fellow; a guy.
    • A fellow; a person.
    • A friend; a mate.
    • A retired nook; particularly, a little, sheltered inlet, creek, or bay; a recess in coast.
    • A strip of prairie expanding into woodland; additionally, a recess within the part of a mountain.
    • A concave molding.
    • a part, whoever part is a concave bend, used especially with regard to an inner roof or ceiling, as around a skylight.
    • A boy or man of any age or section.
    • a tiny inlet, creek, or bay; a recess or nook into the shore of every substantial human body of liquid.
    • ergo A hollow, nook, or recess in a mountain, or among mountains.
    • In design, a concavity; any concave molding; the hollow of a vault.
    • In ship-building, a curved or curved molding at the end associated with the taffrail. An elliptical molding above it had been known as the arch for the cove.
    • a guy; people; a fellow: generally preceded by some adjective: as, a classic cove; a rum cove; a flash cove, etc.
    • a little inlet
    • small or slim cave-in the medial side of a cliff or mountain
  • verb-transitive:
    • To make in an inward curving type.
    • To arch more than; to construct in a hollow concave type; to produce in the shape of a cove.
    • To brood, address, over, or sit over, as wild birds their eggs.
    • which will make in an inward curving kind.
    • To arch over; to construct in a hollow concave kind; in order to make by means of a cove.
    • To brood, cover, over, or sit over, as wild birds their eggs.
  • others:
    • To arch over.
    • To brood, address, or sit over.
    • To arch over.
    • To brood, address, or remain more than.
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