A retired nook; especially, a small, sheltered inlet, creek, or bay; a recess in the shore.
A strip of prairie extending into woodland; also, a recess in the side of a mountain.
A concave molding.
A member, whose section is a concave curve, used especially with regard to an inner roof or ceiling, as around a skylight.
To arch over; to build in a hollow concave form; to make in the form of a cove.
A concave moulding or recess, usually where a ceiling adjoins a wall.
A small sheltered bay, creek, or inlet of the sea.
A small sheltered recessed area in the shoreline.
A concave profile cut into the edge of the work piece.
Concave section of front fender and door area introduced with 1956 models which could be painted a contrasting color (optional). Part of the area became convex in 1958. A contrasting color option was not available in 1962, the cove's last year.
a concave profile used at corners - also as a ceiling cornice and inside corner guards.
A small sheltered bay. e la Rocque, Jean Francois Captain Jean Francois de la Rocque was the Lord of Roberval (France). He lead Cartier’s third voyage to the St. Lawrence area.
A large concave moulding.
A small, narrow sheltered bay or recess in an estuary, often inside a larger embayment (modified from Jackson, 1997). Compare – Estuary.
a ledge or shelf on the wall, or a recess in the wall
a small sheltered area of shoreline into which water flows and gathers
A trim tile with a concave radius on one side. Used to form a junction between the bottom wall course and the floor.
A rounded corner or edge between a wall and a ceiling
A small indention in a coast, usually sheltered.
A trim tile unit having one edge with a concave radius. A cove is used to form a junction between the bottom wall course and the floor.
A concave profile milled into a board's surface.
A concave curve where vertical and horizontal surfaces join.
A moulding with a concave profile used at corners, particularly as a ceiling cornice. Small coves may be used as an inside corner guard.
A cove is small, horseshoe-shaped body of water along the coast; the water is surrounded by land formed of soft rock.
a body of water forming a coastal indentation (it is smaller than a bay)
A protected area along a shoreline that forms itâ€(tm)s own bay or small lake, but is still connected via an inlet, channel, or mouth to a bigger body of water.
A negative (concave) semi-circular form in spindle turning.
A small sheltered recess in a SHORE or COAST, generally inside a larger EMBAYMENT.
a small water inlet or bay
An architectural member with a concave cross section
A concave rounded finishing of the floor-to-wall joint.
A trim tile with one edge a concave radius. Used to form a junction between the bottom wall course and the floor or to form an inside corner.
Concave or cratered corner. Interior corners. A hollow cornice. Recessed area.