covert (n.) Old form(s): couert
shelter, hiding-place, concealed spot
RJ I.i.125[Benvolio to Lady Montague, of Romeo] he was ware of me / And stole into the covert of the wood
WT IV.iv.646[Camillo to Perdita] you must retire yourself / Into some covert
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