from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A fitted removable cover of cloth or other material for a piece of upholstered furniture.
- transitive v. To provide with slipcovers or a slipcover.
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- n. A fitted protective or decorative cover that may be slipped off and on a piece of upholstered furniture, usually made of cloth.
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- n. a removable fitted cloth covering for upholstered furniture
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It also has a washable slipcover, which is very important for a house with a new baby.
The release is done with a standard single sized keepcase inside a slipcover, though the slipcover is a touch larger than usual as it also has to hold a booklet.
First, they have reinstated the original poster art, both on the cover and on the nicely embossed slipcover, which is a major improvement over the tacky work on the previous release.
The back of the slipcover is a little better as there are several shots from the show and a nice chunk of black text that describes what the premise is.
Inside the slipcover is a well design digipak that doesn't have multiple foldout piece but rather just opens like a book.
The slipcover is a super soft microsuede material - much easier to clean.
Critics debunk such attempts as "flunk architecture" and deride it as 'slipcover' since it never explored either its own potential or helped societies cast their evolving identities.
"I had made a paper 'slipcover' for the facade of a building in Nebraska pictured above and was invited to make another for the Quark Gallery," she explains.
Plum colored linen fabric becomes a bespoke box - spring slipcover.
He married a fat Jewish woman there, who gave birth to little, dimpled, kinky-haired, wide-nosed, round Frances Fanny Katz, who was a working-class hero, did not believe in God, was not educated or refined, but in a weekend could crochet a slipcover or an afghan to cover and warm the Statue of Liberty.