Definition of Coverlids

1. Noun. (plural of coverlid) ¹



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Definition of Coverlids

1. coverlid [n] - See also: coverlid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coverlids

covereth
coveries
covering fire
covering letter
covering letters
covering material
covering number
covering space
covering spaces
coverings
coverless
coverlet
coverlets
coverlid
coverlids (current term)
covermeter
covermeters
covermount
covermounts
covers
coversed sine
coversin
coversine
coversines
coverslip
coverslipped
coverslips
coverstock
coverstocks

Literary usage of Coverlids

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1. Through Norway with a knapsack by William Mattieu Williams (1876)
"... Norwegian beds and sheep-skin coverlids — I succeed in living within my income at the Quamen station — The beard provocative of refinement — Female ..."

2. Indian antiquities: or, Dissertations, relative to the ancient geographic by Thomas Maurice (1806)
"... coverlids or carpets for their dining-beds, was £6458. 6s. Sd. Nor could their houses themselves be of mean fabric or decoration ; since that of Crassus ..."

3. Original Letters from Russia, 1825-1828 by Charlotte Anne Albinia Disbrowe (1878)
"own sheets, coverlids, towels, etc., and I suppose basins and jugs, for I saw none provided. Lord Castlereagh has domesticated himself in this family. ..."

4. Plantation and Frontier Documents: 1649-1863: Illustrative of Industrial by John R. Commons, Ulrich Bonnell Phillips (1909)
"I am also ready to accommodate the public with diaper carpets, double coverlids, and summer counterpanes; weaving at the house of Maj Buchanan, ..."

5. Chronicles of the Crusades: Being Contemporary Narratives of the Crusade of by Richard, Jean Joinville, Aḥmad ibn ʻAlī Maqrīzī (1848)
"In the last will of Jane, queen of France and Navarre, in tk? year 1304, sheets, coverlids, and counterpanes are named among the furniture of value ..."

6. The History of Guernsey: With Occasional Notices of Jersey, Alderney, and by Jonathan Duncan (1841)
"They were allowed three candles, three hard pillows, and three ragged coverlids, which swarmed with vermin, and on these they lay down to sleep. ..."

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