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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The impairments have been well-covered by a loan loss reserve.
Despite the blockade, he adds, the 'swearing-in' of Nasa leader Raila Odinga at Uhuru Park, Nairobi, was still well-covered by many international TV channels, radio stations and also on social media.
He detailed a part of the Revolutionary War that usually is not well-covered with most attention being on the northern colonies and the Loyalists that moved to the Canadas.
With its greater antiquity and longer lineage, the Thompson has been well-covered in print over the years.
Cameras, tablets and cellphones are well-covered, with Thule's protective armor and high-quality padded technologies.
Schroder does little new with terrain that has already been well-covered by the likes of Carl Hiaasen and other environmentally-conscious authors.
Selection-wise, we are well-covered in all departments and that's a really good situation to be in.
Lorelai's stomach is well-covered in one scene (seen in the video above), but her shirt says "I'm with human.
DIFFERENT STROKES--Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic made a state visit to Iran last week that was as well-covered in the Iranian media as she was well-covered by a heavy blue coat wherever she went.
Arcadian Nights is a rare book that brings new life to well-covered material, and is essential reading for mythology fans.
Some well-covered employees end up in emergency rooms simply because they are not sure how to find suitable in-network care, he said.
Unlawful interference on board by passengers is reasonably well-covered around the world," Adrian Young, an aviation consultant for To70, told the Independent.