throwover

throwover

(ˈθrəʊˌəʊvə)
adj
(Crafts) designed to fit loosely over an object without being tied to it: a throwover bed cover.
n
(Crafts) a piece of material that is placed over an object to provide decoration, protection, or warmth
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She eventually managed to cover the bird with a throwover and get him back into the wild.
TOP TIP Recycle old blankets, curtains or much–loved clothing by cutting them up and turning the scraps into a patchwork throwover.
Gone was the trademark Bonanza "throwover" control wheel with its massive central column.
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However, simulated inst rument flight may be conducted in a single-engine airplane, equipped with a single, functioning, throwover control wheel, in place of fixed, dual controls of the elevator and ailerons, when-
Union Jack Turn on the glamour with La Redoute's decadent Valentine quilted velour purple throwover, from pounds 65, and a striking Palmetta duvet set, duvet cover pounds 59.
In a new Women and Infants' Center, a new 480-volt switchboard arrangement located on the fourth floor provided for an automatic throwover of the main-tie-main arrangement, ensuring that two breakers are closed at any one time to maintain reliability.
A white carpet, 70s-style lampshade, divan bed with cream suede head-board and white curtains complete the stylish look, which blends with Julie's leopard-print throwover.
The guards who thwarted this latest throwover bid were praised for their discovery of the festive parcels.
Police set up a team at Winson Green in 2012 to stem the flow of drugs, mobile phones and other contraband being smuggled in - many via perimeter wall 'throwover' offences.