well-covered

well-covered

adj (well covered when postpositive)
1. satisfactorily or pleasantly provided with a covering
2. (Broadcasting) (of news, etc) having been given sufficient coverage: child abuse is well covered.
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Long-sleeved, skin-tight velvet - be it a dress or jumpsuit - strikes a good balance between sexiness and practicality, because it'll keep you warm and well-covered.
Sergeant Rob Taylor, of North Wales Police Rural Crime Team, said: "We think the thieves are incredibly brave or incredibly naive because the A55 is well-covered with cameras.
paid a well-covered dividend of 3 pence per share annually.
Of course the head and facial features are well-covered in the third section, with a helpful treatment of directional lighting.
These new products and other trends are well-covered in Vaccines: The World Market.
According to Burnell, the astronomers have covered the frequency most likely to be used for an extraterrestrial communication, saying that if there was to be a communication it would be at what they call the Hydrogen Line - 21cm wavelength, which has been well-covered for years.
As long as the mortgage payment (which includes the interest payment) is well-covered by the monthly rent collected for the property, this extra expense does not come out of the investors' pocket.
The woman is the right shape for Marge, well-covered, with her hair a bright colour.
From our well-attended and well-covered workshops on climate change and the impacts of energy deregulation, we are trying to cultivate a more interactive and open culture at Metropolitan that is in tune with the concerns of our customers," Tait said.
Debt levels, while high relative to balance sheet resources, remain manageable with debt service well-covered by net revenues of the auxiliary systems.