Definition of uncovered
: not covered: such asa : not supplied with a coveringb : not covered by insurance or included in a social insurance or welfare programc : not covered by collateral an uncovered note
Examples of uncovered in a Sentence
the famed snows of Mount Kilimanjaro are receding, leaving behind much uncovered ground
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And even when the rain came down hard during Deerhoof's set, thousands of people in the uncovered sections never budged from their seats.
To the uncovered gravel truck who passed me on Highway 3, where a rock flew from it and cracked my windshield.
When exposed to sunlight and then washed in plain water the uncovered areas of the paper turn a rich deep blue.
Monica Fitzgibbons started the label with her husband after realizing sacred chants were an uncovered territory.
When cooking on an uncovered grill, keep a spray bottle of water handy and a large pitcher of water to douse the fire after you are done cooking.
Temperatures are expected to drop to the low-to-mid 30s overnight, which could kill or damage sensitive outdoor plants that are left uncovered, according to the advisory.
The excavations, sponsored by the Croatoan Archaeological Society, have so far uncovered several artifacts that may have been made during Elizabethan times, including the handle of a rapier and bits of metal from clothing.
Mr. Fitzpatrick, the acting United States attorney, said investigators had not uncovered information that cast doubt on the work of other prosecutors in Mr. Williams’s office.
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