Antonyms for covers up

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Abraham was orthodox, and that covers up a multitude of sins—even to this day.

Rosaline drew the covers up about him and tucked them in round his shoulders.

Buti covers up the shrine with a hoarding, and sets to work.

Then he caressed the cased shotgun, got into bed and pulled the covers up.

Excuse me; but why, then, do you keep that cotton cap on your head which covers up your ears?

We're good for thirty miles before night covers up their track.

The parable, like the shell of the nut, covers up the kernel.

When a sufficiency of food has been obtained, she covers up the grub and egg and leaves the latter to its fate.

He crept into bed; he pulled the covers up to his ears; he nestled his head into the pillow, and breathed a deep sigh.

The shadow of the Devil covers up the day, spreads over all life.