- a concave surface or molding.
- a concave surface forming part of a ceiling at its edge so as to eliminate the usual interior angle between the wall and ceiling.
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One of the best, Devil’s Waterhole, is tucked away in a cove of Inks Lake State Park.
Experienced kayakers can enjoy a paddle in the cove, though swimming isn’t recommended due to strong currents.
This is all laid out around the crescent-shaped cove, a 630-acre reservoir carved from the limestone.In Roanoke, Va., discovering a gateway to outdoor adventure|John Briley|June 4, 2021|Washington Post
And I thought I should come back one day to do a giant walk over the Sydney Cove from the Opera House to the top of the bridge.Philippe Petit’s Moment of Concern Walking the WTC Tightrope|Anthony Haden-Guest|August 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Cove Deli on Main Street buzzed with the sound of a generator, and the lights were dim but the doors thrown open.Hamptons Residents Reel as Superstorm Sandy Recedes|Emily J. Weitz|October 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Louie Psihoyos' The Cove, on the other hand, feels entirely fresh, and is as dramatic and gripping as any live-action thriller.
Directed by Louie Psihoyos, a National Geographic photographer, The Cove is, on its face, eco-advocacy at its best.
But the most compelling documentary of the year is The Cove.
The mainland of the great northern cove and the eastern side of the Islands were thick with trees: oaks, buckeye, willows, madroo.
The hills that formed a cove of the great valley were bright with their houses and gardens, but very quiet.
That young cove right opposite to you is one of the best-known sneak-thieves in the city.The Double Four|E. Phillips Oppenheim
Going up the cove some distance, Henry Burns launched a rowboat and pulled rapidly across, landing some ways above the bluff.
What they saw was the yacht Eagle, not far from the bluff, under full mainsail, standing out of the cove.