- From Middle English forcoveren ("to cover, cover up"), equivalent to for- + cover. (Wiktionary)
“Considering something too “silly” to consider is a good way to get somebody thinking about using it forcover.”
“Mike Huckabee types did exist back then and in large numbers; that’s why the “heterodox” key Founders had to keep their heterodoxy on the downlow and belong to orthodox Churches forcover.”
“If the money doesn’t bother you, the Crimson Trace LaserGrip sight is a worthwhile accessory, and seeing that red dot on their chest is likely to send many potential assailants scurrying forcover!”
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