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COVERT, adjective

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Covered; hid; private; secret; surprise.

Whether of open up war, or covert guile.

2. Disguised; insidious.

3. Sheltered; not open up or exposed; as a covert alley, or area.

4. Under cover, authority or protection; as a feme-surprise, a married womale who is taken into consideration as being under the influence and also protection of her husband.

COVERT, noun

1. A covering, or extending place; a area which covers and shelters; a shelter; a defense.

A tabernacle--for a covert from storm and rain. Isaiah 4:6.

I will trust in the covert of thy wings. Psalms 111:1.

2. A thicket; a shady location, or a hiding area. 1 Samuel 25:20. Job 38:40.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Covertly

COVERTLY, adverb Secretly; closely; in private; insidiously.

Amongst the poets, Persius covertly strikes at Nero.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Covertness

COVERTNESS, noun Secrecy; privacy.


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Coverture

COVERTURE, noun

1. Covering; shelter; defense.

2. In regulation, the state of a married womale, who is taken into consideration as under cover, or the power of her husband also, and also therefore called a feme-surprise, or femme-couvert. The coverture of a woman disables her from making contracts to the prejudice of herself or husband, without his allowance or confirmation.

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Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Covert-way

COVERT-WAY, noun In fortification, an area of ground level with the area, on the edge of the ditch, three or four fathoms wide, varying quite round the half moons or various other functions, in the direction of the country. It has a parapet elevated on a level, together with its banquets and glacis. It is dubbed also the corridor, and periodically the counterscarp, bereason it is on the edge of the scarp.


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