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cov
cov·en;
cov·e·nan·tal;
cov·e·nan·tee;
cov·e·nan·tor;
cov·er·age;
cov·er·chief;
cov·er·er;
cov·er·less;
cov·er·let;
cov·er·lid;
cov·er·ture;
cov·et;
cov·et·able;
cov·et·ing·ly;
cov·e·tive·ness;
cov·e·tous;
cov·e·tous·ly;
cov·e·tous·ness;
cov·in;
cov·i·nous;
dis·cov·er·able;
dis·cov·er·er;
dis·cov·ery;
leu·cov·o·rin;
re·cov·er·able;
re·cov·er·ance;
re·cov·er·ee;
re·cov·er·er;
re·cov·er·or;
ster·cov·o·rous;
cov·e·nant;
cov·e·nan·ter;
cov·en·try;
cov·er;
cov·er·ing;
cov·ert;
cov·ey;
re·cov·er;
re·cov·ery;
cov·e·nan·tal·ly;
cov·ine;
cov·i·nous·ly;
re·cov·er·able·ness;
un·dis·cov·er·ably;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • cov´et|er — cov|et «KUHV iht», transitive verb. 1. to desire eagerly (something that belongs to another): »The other boys coveted his new bat. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under envy. (Cf. ↑envy) 2. to wish for, especially eagerly; long for. ╂[< Old French… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cov|et — «KUHV iht», transitive verb. 1. to desire eagerly (something that belongs to another): »The other boys coveted his new bat. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under envy. (Cf. ↑envy) 2. to wish for, especially eagerly; long for. ╂[< Old French coveitier < …   Useful english dictionary

  • cov — ● cov Abréviation de covariance …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • cov|en — «KUHV uhn», noun. 1. a gathering of witches, especially of a group of thirteen witches: »It [book] treats of sorcery and midnight covens in a jolly matter of fact manner (Punch). 2. any gathering or assembly. ╂[variant of obsolete covent convent; …   Useful english dictionary

  • cov|er-up — «KUHV uhr UHP», noun. 1. something that conceals or disguise especially that conceals or disguises a defect or crime: »The SEC s use of the term [self regulation] is nothing more than a cover up for greater and greater Government control of our… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cov|ey — «KUHV ee», noun, plural eys. 1. a small flock of partridges, quail, or similar birds: »He walked up to a covey of grouse, and getting off but one shot, picked up no less than five…birds (Atlantic). 2. Figurative. a small group; company: »the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cov|in — «KUHV uhn», noun. Law. a collusion between two or more persons harmful to a third. ╂[< Old French covin, convine < Late Latin convenium, ultimately < Latin com together + venīre come] …   Useful english dictionary

  • COV — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. COV, sigle composé des trois lettres C, O et V, peut faire référence à : Composé organique volatil, Certificat d obtention végétale, Covilhã au… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • COV — Die Abkürzung CoV steht für Club of Vienna. Kovarianz (Stochastik) City of Villains …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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