Covered Peril

Covered Peril,

What is The Definition of Covered Peril?

  • A simple definition of Covered Peril is: An event that damages your home or property through your insurance. Damage caused by fire, lightning, wind and hail are some examples of the dangers covered by it.

Literal Meanings of Covered Peril


Meanings of Covered:
  1. Put something in front of (something) or in front of it, especially to save or hide it.

  2. Scattered (one area)

  3. Cover (a title) by describing or analyzing its key aspects or events.

  4. (One amount) will be enough to pay

  5. Hiding a sound or action (something) with another sound or action.

  6. A gun (intended) to prevent it from moving or escaping.

  7. Record or play a new song (song) that was originally played by someone else.

  8. Becoming a partner with (male animals, especially horses) (female)

  9. Play high card in one round.

Sentences of Covered
  1. The table is covered with a checkered tablecloth

  2. 8 hectares of land

  3. A series of novels from 1968 to the present

  4. Subsidies are provided to cover the cost of roof insulation materials.

  5. Louise laughed to hide her embarrassment.

  6. He took up arms to cover Clift

  7. Another artist who hid the song is U2

  8. A hardworking Stalin who raised 40 Mars this season

  9. The trick will fail when all ten are covered

  10. The siren sounded and we ran for our lives

  11. Your policy covers time loss.

  12. The band played the cover of Beatles songs

Synonyms of Covered

range, place something over, be enough for, wrapping, sheathing, wrapper, pay back, indemnity, stifle, put something on top of, sheath, make up, protection, mask, envelope, jacket, disguise, insurance, pay, finance, indemnification, spread, sleeve, hiding


Meanings of Peril:
  1. Putting yourself at risk.

  2. Serious and immediate danger.

Sentences of Peril
  1. Jonathan risked his life for David

  2. The unrest facing the state can be a threat to the government

Synonyms of Peril

risk, danger, menace, jeopardy, expose to danger, put at risk, perilousness, imperil, endanger, put on the line, put in jeopardy, expose to risk, insecurity, threat, put in danger, threaten, uncertainty, riskiness, hazard