To cover completely and closely, as with clothing or bandages
For years, they have stopped being the province of just bikers and cowboys and are embraced by a wide swathe of the male population who love them for their rugged coolness.
The other units give a broad swathe of ages.
The first impression is of the great swathe of 14th century aisle, with a pretty clerestory peeping above it.
swathe of a disaffected electorate.
Mile End Park cuts a green swathe down the center of the boro.