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Spell check of covered

Correct spelling: covered

canopied, wrapped, falsified, encircled, maintained, crusted, barred, smothered, bristling with, beplastered, shaded, curtained, trapped, snow-clad, imitated, included, drenched in, splashed, beaded, imprisoned, obscured, strewn, confined, snowy, overspread, surrounded, overlaid, affected, mantled, stopped, shielded, open, encrusted, unheeded, tiled, staged, coated, encompassed, claimed, mossy, supported, barnacled, bare, splattered, moon-splashed, averted, enclosed, drenched, sheathed, examined, shady, tapped, sheltered, sealed, clothed, crusty, veiled, plugged, harbored, barricaded, empty, disguised, tight, mud-beplastered, muffled, concealed, screened, protected, crustlike, answered, written, spotted, spangled, thickspread, forged, spattered, overgrown, masked, corked, counterfeited, shrouded, painted, posed, enveloped, sustained, starred, ariled, awninged, pretended, deceived, closed, defended, conserved, splashy, secured, blinded, guarded, daubed, noted, dabbled, reported, contained, moss-grown, faked, draped, observed, argued, upheld, safeguarded, saved, cloaked, flowery, sun-drenched, camouflaged, arillate, unnoticed, white, returned, investigated, held, snow-covered, hidden, plastered, recorded, besmeared, encased, bound, marked, opposed, fenced, preserved.


Examples of usage:

1) As they came in sight of the castle, Repton covered his face with his hands, and sat for some minutes thus. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) By the time we paused to rest we had covered twenty- six miles. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) We suffered, but we covered distance. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.