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Synonyms for mantle

Synonyms for mantle

to cover as if with clothes

to become red in the face

Words related to mantle

the cloak as a symbol of authority

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United States baseball player (1931-1997)

the layer of the earth between the crust and the core

anything that covers

(zoology) a protective layer of epidermis in mollusks or brachiopods that secretes a substance forming the shell

shelf that projects from wall above fireplace

a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter

spread over a surface, like a mantle

cover like a mantle

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The Hawaiian hot spot is a tube-shaped plume in the mantle that carries magma from near Earth's core to the surface.
To filter feed, a scallop opens a gap between its 2 valves, which elevates the eyes on the upper (left) mantle to greater heights (maximum, ~2 cm) above the sea bottom compared with the eyes on the lower (right) mantle.
Stephanie Konfal, a research associate with POLENET, points out that, where the transition is most pronounced, the sideways movement runs perpendicular to the boundary between the two types of mantle.
Mr Mantle, famed for his role as dishy doctor Dr Mike Barratt in the BBC series, broke down in tears in court last week as he recounted seeing the severed piece of his ear in blood on the floor.
During the trial, McGilvray told a court Mr Mantle was a "big monster" he thought would kill him.
Philip McGilvray, 33, admits biting the ear of Mr Mantle but says he was acting in self-defence after the actor had pinned him to the floor.
Recollecting the incident, an emotional Mantle said that although he tried to save his ear by placing it in a cup of water before rushing to a hospital, the damage done was beyond repair.
Water is constantly traded back and forth between the ocean and the rocky mantle because of plate tectonics, Cowan and Abbot say.
The shell and mantle color of the Pacific oyster also influence consumer preferences of oysters.
The forward comes from Ozzie Sweet, a legendary photographer who captured Mantle portraits every year of the Yankee slugger's career.
Professor Mustafa Cagrici, mufti of Istanbul, said at the ceremony that the Holy Mantle of Prophet Muhammad was restored by worldwide famous experts.
8, the handwritten speech delivered by a gravely ill Mantle via national television days before he died will be auctioned in Westhampton, N.
Mantle becomes involved in a shooting at a party which leaves one friend ill and a bullet hole in the freezer door.
Scientists had found an intriguing dome on the seafloor, called the Atlantis Massif (right), made of peridotite, a rock usually found deep in Earth's mantle layer.
The late Mickey Mantle (who passed away in 1995 after a lifetime of noted achievements) is one of the most respected, admired, and accomplished men to ever play the game of professional baseball.