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cove

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1. a small bay or inlet, usually between rocky headlands
2. a narrow cavern formed in the sides of cliffs, mountains, etc., usually by erosion
3. Architect a concave curved surface between the wall and ceiling of a room

cove

2
Austral History an overseer of convict labourers

Cove

Concave surface that connects a wall and ceiling.

cove

[kōv]
(geography)
A small, narrow, sheltered bay, inlet, or creek on a coast.
A deep recess or hollow occurring in a cliff or steep mountainside.

cove

A concave surface or molding, especially placed at the transition from a wall to the ceiling, or from a wall to the floor.
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About the only light source was the three-quarter moon overhead, and many of the campers seemed to gravitate back to the cove after finishing their twilight dinners.
Our first destination was a scenic cove, where we would land to snap a few photos.
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