To place as a covering
To travel over
To send down in plenty
*To report news about
A covering object
covering, top, lid, cap, ceiling, canopy, awning, tent, marquee, umbrella, parasol, roof, thatch, dome, blanket, bedspread, coverlet, stopper, plug, cork, canvas, seal, tarpaulin, book cover, binding, folder, wrapper, wrapping paper, jacket, case, sheath, spread, sheet, slipcover, tarp*; see also bedspread, blanket 2, envelope, folder 2, hood 1, 2, roof, sheath.
A covering substance
conceal oneself, take shelter, go indoors; see hide 2.
To prevent (something) from being known.Also used with up: cloak, conceal, enshroud, hide1, hush (up), mask, shroud, veil. Idioms: keep under cover, keep under wraps. See show
To furnish with a covering of a different material:clad, face, sheathe, side, skin. See surface
To extend over the surface of:blanket, cap, overlay, spread. See put on
To journey over (a specified distance):make. (Informal) do. See move
To observe, analyze, and relate the details of (an event):report. See words
Something that physically protects, especially from danger:asylum, covert, harbor, haven, protection, refuge, retreat, sanctuary, shelter. See attack, safety
A deceptive outward appearance:cloak, color, coloring, disguise, disguisement, faÃ§ade, face, false colors, front, gloss, guise, mask, masquerade, pretense, pretext, semblance, show, veil, veneer, window-dressing. (Slang) put-on. See show