cove

  1. a small inlet
  2. small or narrow cave in the side of a cliff or mountain

Cove

A cove is a small type of bay or coastal inlet. Coves usually have narrow, restricted entrances, are often circular or oval, and are often situated within a larger bay. Small, narrow, sheltered bays, inlets, creeks, or recesses in a coast are often considered coves. Colloquially, the term can be used to describe a sheltered bay. Geomorphology desc...
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Cove

• (n.) A member, whose section is a concave curve, used especially with regard to an inner roof or ceiling, as around a skylight. • (n.) A retired nook; especially, a small, sheltered inlet, creek, or bay; a recess in the shore. • (n.) A strip of prairie extending into woodland; also, a recess in the side of a mountain. • (v. t....
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cove

noun a small inlet
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Cove

[Appalachian Mountains] In the central and southern Appalachian Mountains of Eastern North America, a cove is a small valley between two ridge lines that is closed at one or both ends. Among the places where the word `cove` appears in the name of an Appalachian valley are Morrison Cove in Pennsylvania; Lost Cove, North Carolina; Bumpass Cov...
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Cove

[standing stones] A cove is a tightly concentrated group of large standing stones found in Neolithic and Bronze Age England. Coves are square or rectangular in plan and seem to have served as small enclosures within other henge, stone circle or avenue features. They consist of three or four orthostats placed together to give the impression ...
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Cove

Cove (kōv) noun [ Anglo-Saxon cofa room; akin to G. koben pigsty, orig., hut, Icelandic kofi hut, and perhaps to English cobalt .] 1. A retired nook; especially, a small, sheltered inlet, creek, or bay; a recess in the shore. « Vessels which were in rea...
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Cove

Cove noun [ A gypsy word, covo that man, covi that woman.] A boy or man of any age or station. [ Slang] « There's a gentry cove here. Wit's Recreations (1654). » « Now, look to it, coves , that all the beef and drink Be not filched from us. Mr...
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Cove

Cove transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Coved (k?vd); present participle & verbal noun Coving .] (Architecture) To arch over; to build in a hollow concave form; to make in the form of a cove. « The mosques and othe...
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Cove

A cove is a small, sheltered, circular bay with a narrow opening that protects it from strong currents. It can be found on the coast of an ocean, lake, or river. Coves are formed through the erosion (wearing away) of the soft rocks that surround them. The boat sailed into the cove looking for shelter from the storm.
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Cove

A semicircular hollow running round a spindle turning.
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cove

a small bay or inlet.
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Cove

A small sheltered recess in a shore or COAST, generally inside a larger EMBAYMENT.
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Cove

An indentation along a shoreline.
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cove

An indentation along a shoreline. A very small indentation a few feet or so across is often referred to as a
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CoVE

Centre of Vocational Excellence - Selected FE Colleges
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Cove

Cove is old slang for a man or boy.
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Cove

In architecture a cove is a concave moulding. The term is also applied to a member, whose section is a concave curve, used especially with regard to an inner roof or ceiling, as around a skylight.
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Cove

Infinity cove. Found in most large studios and painted white, a solid background that wraps over the floor & walls to create the illusion of an infinite 'white'. (see Background paper)
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Cove

The white grape variety (also Dalmasso 13-11) is a new breed between Hárslevelü x Hárslevelü (Linden-leaved). The crossing took place in 1936 by Giovanni Dalmasso (1886-1974) in Conegliano (Veneto). The parenting or fact of the selfing but did not join until 2010 DNA analysis at the University of Udine. The parents of the breed list included H...
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cove

[n] - small or narrow cave in the side of a cliff or mountain 2. [n] - a small inlet
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