Definitions

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  • adj. Able to be uncovered.

Etymologies

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uncover +‎ -able

Examples

  • Salvation seemed near when Minnesota looked set to pick a wide receiver with the first round's seventh pick: Kiper said picking the "uncoverable" Williams would be a "no-brainer."

    USATODAY.com - Rams' Holt adds draft insight

  • Not only is it wrong to kill small Amricans, but just using common sense tells us that the pregnancy is a pre-existing condition rendering abortion to be uncoverable by insurance companies.

    Abortion once again roils health care debate

  • I thrill to imagine people with the liberty to start over, try something new, to make things — without the stifling terror of being left uncovered or uncoverable.

    Healthcare Bill

  • It's funny that we're talking about this because I never really considered the fact that Elvis is uncoverable.

    Mike Ragogna: From Bare Bones to The Complete Elvis: Conversations with Bryan Adams, Ernst Jorgensen and Erich van Tourneau

  • Beautiful she had never been; the large bony structure of her face was too uncoverable, her eyes too sharp and sardonic; but handsome certainly, and, no doubt, for many years after she had stood for this portrait in the full insolence of her young womanhood.

    Black Oxen

  • In fact, what can be more unprofitable than the sight of Seven Hundred and Forty-nine ingenious men, struggling with their whole force and industry, for a long course of weeks, to do at bottom this: To stretch out the old Formula and Law Phraseology, so that it may cover the new, contradictory, entirely uncoverable Thing?

    The French Revolution

  • If GATA is not bluffing and indeed has evidence of massively uncoverable physical positions, and should this evidence be made public, the repercussions for the Drag to Playlist

    WN.com - Business News

  • If GATA is not bluffing and indeed has evidence of massively uncoverable physical positions, and should this evidence be made public, the repercussions for the

    WN.com - Business News

  • The most talented receiving tight end in the draft, Gresham runs and moves like a big wide receiver, is almost uncoverable by linebackers, and has tremendous hands with great route running ability.

    Scout.com > CollegeFootballNews.com

  • "Hope There's Someone" (2005), a piano ballad many fans would consider uncoverable.

    The Seattle Times

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