- 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.
verb (used with or without object), coved, cov·ing.
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As at Hope Lodge a broad plaster coving is the principal feature of the simple cornice.The Colonial Architecture of Philadelphia|Frank Cousins
He was even in debt for Coving's labor; overdrawn on it without enough money to pay.
I think I shoud some marshas helen a pray the Drom and coving the collas out of the pub.Gipsy Life|George Smith
He was talking to Coving as though they had years—not as though their time had run out.
Rayburn Coving was probably the best rocket-fuel man in the world.