Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


True, her umbrella was just a little slit, but she would soon have it re-covered.

They were all very quiet as they re-covered the ten miles to the city.

Hardly had they re-covered the bed when trumpets were heard blowing at a distance.

Slowly and reverently she re-covered the corpse, and approached the nurse.

But since the last time it was re-covered I have had more confidence in its staying powers.

When he had concluded his examination of the room and re-covered the dead face with the sheet, we emerged into the corridor.

Yet it was wonderful to see the solicitude and care with which the dress was re-covered and folded in its linen wrapper.

I have re-covered more than one quarto in covers of gold tooled vellum lifted from books of the same format.

A pad lasts a considerable time, and when the bamboo sheath wears through may be re-covered as described below.

Turning about, Ralph re-covered the face and said, "Death is kindest; how could I look into this face alive?"