covered

(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [Provided with a cover]
Syn. closed, topped, overlaid, lidded, capped, roofed, hooded, wrapped, enveloped, enclosed, sheathed, veiled, bound, painted, varnished, coated, surfaced, camouflaged, sheltered, shielded, disguised, masked, secreted, protected, concealed; see also hidden 2 , tight 2 .
Ant. revealed, open*, exposed.
2. [Plentifully bestrewn]
Syn. scattered with, beJeweled, sprinkled over, spattered, spangled, dotted, studded, peppered, strewn with, starred, starry with, flowery, flowered, spotted, sown, dusted over, powdered, spread with, overspread, overgrown, carpeted.
Ant. bare, empty*, unfurnished.
3. [Attended to]
Syn. noted, taken note of, accounted for, reported, recorded, written, included, marked, explored, regarded, scrutinized, examined, surveyed, investigated, observed, looked to, cared for; see also included , reported .
Ant. unheeded*, unnoticed, passed over.

English dictionary for students. 2013.

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