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 Dictionary entry overview: What does covered mean? 

COVERED (adjective)
  The adjective COVERED has 1 sense:

1. overlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form

  Familiarity information: COVERED used as an adjective is very rare.

 Dictionary entry details 

COVERED (adjective)

Sense 1covered [BACK TO TOP]


Overlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form

Context examples:

women with covered faces / covered wagons / a covered balcony


ariled; arillate ((of some seeds) having a fleshy and usually brightly colored cover)

peritrichous (covered all over with uniformly distributed flagella)

plastered; sealed ((of walls) covered with a coat of plaster)

overgrown (covered with growing plants)

sealed (covered with a waterproof coating)

smothered (completely covered)

snow-clad; snow-covered; snowy (covered with snow)

splashy (covered with patches of bright color)

sun-drenched (covered with sunlight)

thickspread (covered thickly)

tiled (covered or furnished with tiles)

muffled (wrapped up especially for protection or secrecy)

mud-beplastered (covered with or as if with mud)

moss-grown; mossy (overgrown with moss)

awninged (covered with an awning)

barnacled (covered with barnacles)

beaded (covered with beads of liquid)

blanketed (covered with (or as if with) a blanket)

canopied (covered with or as with a canopy)

cloaked; clothed; draped; mantled; wrapped (covered with or as if with clothes or a wrap or cloak)

crusted; crustlike; crusty; encrusted (having a hardened crust as a covering)

dabbled; spattered; splashed; splattered (covered with bright patches (often used in combination))

drenched; drenched in (abundantly covered or supplied with; often used in combination)

moon-splashed (splashed or covered patchily with moonlight)

snowy; white (marked by the presence of snow)


bare (lacking its natural or customary covering)

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