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12. counterbalance, compensate, offset; make good for, be good for, settle up, square with, requite, Inf. square; remit, recoup, adjust, satisfy.
13. pass over, travel over, pass through, traverse, cross over, range over, track over, tramp
or wander over.
-n. 14. lid, top, cap; ceiling, roof, overhead; head covering, hat, headdress, scarf, hood, cowl; binding, jacket, wrapper, wrap, case, sheathe, envelope; haze, film, coating, layer; blanket, mantle, canopy, carpet.
15. pretense, feigning, dissembling, shamming, putting up a front, surface, empty show, disguise, camouflage; facade, false front, smokescreen, window dressing, faking, hoodwinking; hugger-mugger,
Inf. cover-up.
16. woods, underbrush, undergrowth; thicket, vegetation, shrubbery, ground cover; break, bosket, copse, grove.
17. retreat, refuge, haven, lair, den, covert, coverture; hiding, blind, ambush, ambuscade.
18. veil, screen, cloak, shroud, mask, curtain, shadow, shade.
19. break cover emerge, come out of hiding, come into the open, come forth, step forward,
Inf. come out of the closet.
20. take cover hide, seek shelter
or safety, run for cover, burrow in, Inf. run for the hills; conceal oneself, get out of sight, lie low, Inf. hide out.
21. under cover secretly, covertly, clandestinely, incognito; furtively, stealthily, on the sly, conspiratorially, confidentially, in the dark. covering,
n. 1. protection, shield, shelter, housing; roof, ceiling, overhead, thatch, canopy, awning, marquee, baldachin; pavilion, tent, tarpaulin, tarp, tilt; parasol, umbrella, sunshade; paving, carpet, rug, flooring, linoleum.
2. lid, top, cover; hat, cap, headdress, bonnet; hood, cowl, shawl, kerchief, handkerchief, scarf, mantilla.
3. screen, curtain, shade, veil, facade, false front, smokescreen, mask; shadow, cloud, haze, overcast, fog; pall, darkness, obscurity, swaddling, shroud.
4. blanket, mantle, robe, cloak, wrap, clothing, gear, garb; envelope, sheathe, chase, jacket, binding, wrapper.
5. capsule, pod, casing, tegmen, integument, theca; film, coating, layer, crust. coverlet,
n. bedspread, counterpane, bedcover; quilt, comforter, eiderdown, blanket, covert, adj. 1. covered, clandestine, surreptitious, underground, behind the scenes, in the background, behind the curtain; out of sight, unseen, invisible, unap-parent, latent, dormant, delitescent; unknown, unsuspected, undiscovered; unspoken of, untold, unbreathed, sub rosa; muffled, clouded, dark, mysterious, obscure; furtive, underhanded, stealthy, sly, sneaking, Inf. sneaky; deceitful, insidious.
2. sheltered, concealed, hidden, private, secluded, secret, disguised, camouflaged, incognito; screened, veiled, masked.
-n. 3. shelter, cover, protection, refuge, harbor, haven, asylum, sanctuary; hiding place, retreat, resort; lair, den, snuggery, cell, closet,
Latin, sanctum sanctorum, Inf. hide-out; cave, hole, nest, abri.
4. concealment, disguise, camouflage; screen, veil, mask; shield, defense, covet, v. 1. desire, want, long for, wish for, have an appetite for; fancy, have an eye on, ogle, set one's heart on, yearn for, hanker for, sigh for, pine for; aim after, aspire to, set one's sights on, dream of.
2. be bent upon, thirst after, crave, eye greedily, hunger for, itch for, have a passion for, lust after; envy, begrudge, grasp after.

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