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I slipped down to the water to urge him to come ashore and take cover.

This was a storage hold, but he didn't dare to move, even to take cover.

All the bird demands is a thicket or hedgerow in which it can take cover when disturbed.

Our soldiers certainly have learnt, at last, how to take cover.

“He is signalling us to take cover,” continued the risaldar.

The land-birds in winter you hardly see, for they take cover.

There's an old cement Hun gun-pit to the right; you take cover in it.

Once I had to drop into a shell-hole to take cover from machine-gun fire.

He was headed for the ride, for the rear entrance, where he knew he could take cover.

But the line was thin-sown when they spread out to take cover.

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