Antonyms for coverts

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I am ill skilled in beating the coverts of imagination for metaphors of gratitude.

Now that the risk is known, I do not think there will be any more prowling in my coverts.

Nevertheless, the Squire, with a friend or two, had shot the coverts after a fashion.

The rabbits seemed to have fled from all the coverts about their mountain.

Bears, hidden in their coverts, gazed at him with curious eyes.

You may look to other p. 84refuges but they are not secure, to other coverts but they are not safe.

The coverts at Humblethwaite, such as they were, would always be at his service.

It is now night; the deer have sought their coverts; and he is not “torch-hunting.”

There was no trace of any concealed marksman, search the coverts as they would.

They beat the forests and searched the coverts in vain; they never met him.