Cover and Scene


Cover noun - A piece placed over an open container to hold in, protect, or conceal its contents.

Scene is an antonym for cover.

Nearby Words: covered, covering, coverage, coverlet


Scene noun - The place and time in which the action for a portion of a dramatic work (as a movie) is set.
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Synonyms for Scene

Cover is an antonym for scene in showing topic.

Nearby Words: scenery, scenic

How words are described

good good cover good scene
full full cover full scene
best best cover best scene
similar similar cover similar scene
Other adjectives: complete, original, single, actual, entire, infamous, famous, new, final, last, different, awesome, aforementioned, creepy, iconic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Fanservice Cover While the cover does show a scene that can happen (the octopus is a bonus boss), your character will not get their clothes torn off and nearly raped like this cover would have you believe.
  • Cover Drop The cover of Man-Kzin Wars III is very nicely based on a scene from one of the stories inside
    Source: Cover Drop
  • Cover Drop The film version of Twilight has a scene where Edward catches an apple in both hands, mirroring the novel's cover.
    Source: Cover Drop
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