from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having no cover or protection.
- adj. Lacking the protection of insurance or collateral security.
- adj. Bareheaded.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. not covered or protected from the weather etc
- adj. lacking insurance or security
- adj. bareheaded
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not provided with a cover or covering; having no covering; bare; naked; especially, having no covering on the head.
- Not included, embraced, or comprehended.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not covered with clothing
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Another name uncovered by the hackers was that of Bill Noble, who in 2008 was convicted in B.C. of wilfully promoting hatred.
Afzal Nooristani, an Afghan defense lawyer, said he does not believe her decision to leave her head uncovered is an issue.
What Luntz has uncovered is a weird lacuna in the psychological response to certain common words — an interesting fact, but the very reverse of insight into what people really want.
There was no larger context for their threshold figure: A debtor with $1,001 in uncovered medical expenses and $50,000 on a Saks card would constitute a "medical bankruptcy" in their study.
Besides making hospitals turn in uncovered people to the HHA or HAPI, the plan does the following:
We will continue to ration it in the future, but differently, and anyone who thinks the total number of mammorgrams will increase to cover the previously uncovered is being unrealistic.
When people are walking into poles and falling in uncovered manholes as well as being hit by cars while they are crossing the street and texting, who in their right mind would want to allow anyone to drive a car and text?
Western art developed in the Renaissance because of new knowledge, that uncovered from the ancients, and physical knowledge, science, which redefined their presence in the universe, and who they were.
What our questionnaires and conversations with people who will be using our lights uncovered is that people need more than just light.
How did the story remain uncovered until then? mjh