from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Covered, clothed, or dressed in one's native semblance.


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  • The imaginative kid returns to face a new challenge, a model car derby, in this self-covered hardcover.

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  • Meanwhile, in 4.2, a Bard underlines Albany's indignant conflict upon his mom ( "Thou altered as good as self-covered thing!") and her sister as good as hermit in law for their monster diagnosis of a aged king, out in a distressing storm, a gates close upon him as good as his integrate of companions.

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  • Now I just had to find someone to alter it a bit here and there, taking in the shoulders, replacing the old metal zipper with some self-covered buttons, easing the weight of some fabric lengths on the back by replacing the facing with a lighter fabric.

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  • If were doing vintage, it would have had a belt with a buckle - self-covered or in a pinch a white leather one.

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  • Her patter about the house, in the slippers with the rubber insets, was lighter; she discarded the old jet-edged dolman with the humps on the shoulders and the slits for the arms, for a decent full-length black coat with a stitched braid border and self-covered buttons, gift of her grandson.


  • Pleated side walls with self-covered "button" detail. - Today's Deals

  • I loved the self-covered 4″ heel and the grosgrain bow at the peep toe of the bedazzling black beauty.

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  • Finishing touches are added with a monogram ribbon, self-covered buttons and cotton tape.


  • The wedding was written up, too, my mother’s tulle, taffeta, and lace, her mandarin collar and forty self-covered buttons, her Juliet cap and silk illusion.

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