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covert definition

  • adjective:
    • Not freely practiced, avowed, involved with, gathered, or shown: covert army businesses; covert financing for rebels. See Synonyms at key.
    • Covered or covered over; sheltered.
    • Law becoming hitched and as a consequence safeguarded by your husband.
    • concealed, covered over; overgrown, sheltered.
    • Secret, surreptitious, concealed.
    • Not honestly practiced, avowed, engaged in, accumulated, or shown: covert armed forces operations; covert money for rebels. See Synonyms at key.
    • Covered over; exclusive; hid; key; concealed.
    • Covered or covered over; sheltered.
    • Law Being hitched and for that reason protected by your spouse.
    • Sheltered; not available or revealed; retired; safeguarded.
    • Under address, expert or defense.
    • concealed, covered over; overgrown, sheltered.
    • Secret, surreptitious, concealed.
    • Covered over; exclusive; hid; key; disguised.
    • Sheltered; not available or revealed; resigned; safeguarded.
    • Under cover, authority or defense.
    • (of a wife) being under the protection of her husband
    • secret or concealed; not openly applied or involved with or shown or avowed
    • (of a wife) being under the defense of her spouse
    • secret or concealed; not freely applied or engaged in or shown or avowed
  • noun:
    • A covering or cover.
    • A covered spot or protection; hiding place.
    • Thick underbrush or woodland affording address for online game.
    • Zoology among tiny feathers within the basics of this longer feathers of a bird's wings or end.
    • A flock of coots. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • part of dense undergrowth where animals hide.
    • A feather that covers others
    • A covering or address.
    • A covered destination or shelter; hiding location.
    • A place that covers and shields; a shelter; a defense.
    • Thick underbrush or woodland affording address for game.
    • the unique feathers within the bases regarding the quills associated with the wings and end of a bird. See Illust. of Bird.
    • Zoology one of many small feathers within the bases of extended feathers of a bird's wings or end.
    • A flock of coots. See Synonyms at flock1.
    • A protection; a shelter; a defense; something which covers and shelters.
    • Something that conceals or hides; a screen; a disguise; a pretext; a justification.
    • part of thick undergrowth where pets hide.
    • A thicket; a shady spot or a hiding-place; a cover for game.
    • A feather that covers other individuals
    • just like coverture, 3.
    • In fowling, a business; a flock.
    • plural In ornithology, feathers within the basics, or maybe more, of the large feathers associated with wing or tail; the tectrices.
    • somewhere that covers and protects; a shelter; a defense.
    • a flock of coots
    • one of several special feathers within the bases of the quills associated with wings and end of a bird. See Illust. of Bird.
    • a covering that serves to hide or shelter one thing
    • A protection; a shelter; a defense; something that covers and shelters.
    • something which conceals or hides; a screen; a disguise; a pretext; an excuse.
    • A thicket; a shady location or a hiding-place; a cover for online game.
    • just like coverture, 3.
    • In fowling, an organization; a flock.
    • plural In ornithology, feathers since the bases, or maybe more, of big feathers of this wing or tail; the tectrices.
    • a flock of coots
    • a covering that acts to conceal or shelter anything
  • others:
    • Covered; concealed; personal; key; concealed; disguised.
    • Sheltered; maybe not available or uncovered: because, a covert location.
    • In law, under cover, authority, or protection: said of a married girl. See feme covert, under feme.
    • To cover.
    • Covered; concealed; personal; secret; concealed; concealed.
    • Sheltered; maybe not available or uncovered: since, a covert place.
    • In law, under address, expert, or protection: said of a married lady. See feme covert, under feme.
    • To cover.
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