Definition of Covelets

1. covelet [n] - See also: covelet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Covelets

covariates
covariation
covariations
covaried
covaries
covariogram
covariograms
covarion
covary
covarying
cove
cove plane
covector
coved
covelet
covelets (current term)
covelike
covelline
covellines
covellite
covellites
coven
covenableness
covenably
covenant
covenant of salt
covenant of title
covenantal
covenanted
covenantee

Literary usage of Covelets

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1. Abeokuta and the Camaroons Mountains: An Exploration by Richard Francis Burton (1863)
"... where the amphibious vegetation was indented with covelets, upon whose dwarf precipices of red clay sprang another and already a less malarious growth. ..."

2. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo by Richard Francis Burton (1876)
"They also crowd every day to two sandy covelets on the southern bank, separated by a tongue of rough boulders. Here naked urchins look on whilst their ..."

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