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covered up

adjective as in camouflaged

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I stay in bed, covered up, to avoid being frozen by the cold.

Judy and I are in bed—obviously covered up—and as I'm going down, Judy's having this monologue in her head.

If these events continue to be hidden and covered up, to what extent will children be affected?

He believes the U.S. government covered up information about 9/11.

Kate Upton is All Covered Up in Sports Illustrated: Sorry boys!

Lime mortar should be tempered for at least two days, roughly covered up with sacks or other material.

At last, however, a heavy fall of snow came on, and completely covered up the ice.

It has been broken in one part, and every morsel of it is covered up from general view by the organ occupying the gallery.

The poor fellow shuddered as he saw the body covered up in the corner of the room, but said nothing.

He stooped down and fondly kissed his daughter; covered up her face, and turned to follow Margaret.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to covered up, such as: covered, disguised, and hidden.

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