loose cover


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loose cover

n
(Furniture) a fitted but easily removable cloth cover for a chair, sofa, etc. US and Canadian name: slipcover
Translations

loose cover

n (on settee, chair) → foderina
References in classic literature ?
He found the gold piece, and something else he found, too--a small wooden box with a loose cover.
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Cover a worn armchair with a loose cover made from a quilted throw and it can be easily slipped off and popped in the washing machine.
A loose cover that is wellmade and a really good fit will completely transform it and make it into a delightful window seat or a seat for any other part of the room.
The holster kept the gun tucked in close to the body and was easily concealed under a loose cover shirt.
If you're adding colour to a sofa, consider a big bright cushion or loose cover.
It is believed to be nearly 30 years since a foal was born on the stud, once home to such top-class broodmares as Loose Cover.
During storage, a loose cover may not seal out water and dirt.
Update everything from a junk table with a lick of paint, to a sagging armchair with a fresh new flowery loose cover.
Whilst the casual style covers we have been familiar with for a number of years are still available, there is a new style of tailored loose cover, that can be removed for laundering but looks really sharp on the sofa.
The elderly woman had fallen into the hole after stepping on a loose cover.