the position of a fielder between mid off and cover point.
the fielder occupying this position.
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How to use extra cover in a sentence
Users who frequently park their car in locales with a wide variance of year-round weather will appreciate the ease of flipping over their windshield cover to suit the weather without the added hassle or space required of stowing an extra cover.The best windshield snow covers protect your car from frost | Julian Cubilllos | December 16, 2021 | Popular-Science
When bedtime came a little later, Mrs. Ware went in to Norman's room to take some extra cover.Mary Ware's Promised Land | Annie Fellows Johnston
We put an extra cover on our sleeping wagon, which kept out the rain.William Clayton's Journal | William Clayton
That is why it is important to watch sick people and babies and to put an extra cover over them at that time.Scouting For Girls, Official Handbook of the Girl Scouts | Girl Scouts
It flew along the ground through the gap between cover and extra-cover, a comfortable three.Mike | P. G. Wodehouse
At a hundred and four, when the wicket had put on exactly fifty, Bob fell to a combination of de Freece and extra-cover.Mike | P. G. Wodehouse
British Dictionary definitions for extra cover
cricket a fielding position between cover and mid-off
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