We left our hotel under a cloak of darkness this morning, in an off-road jeep that looked like something from a James Bond film.
What does CoD stand for?
CoD stands for Cloak of Darkness (gaming clan)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 223 other meanings of CoD in our Acronym Attic
- Chemical Oxygen Demand
- Children Of Destiny
- Circle of Darkness (online game)
- Circle of Death
- Circle of Dependability
- Circle of Dust (band)
- Circles of Doom (gaming)
- City of Dreams (casino; Melco Crown Entertainment; China)
- Class of Device (Bluetooth)
- Click of Death
Samples in periodicals archive:
As a cloak of darkness threatens to envelop the fellowship, Charlie loses his best friend, discovers true love, and is embraced by unexpected allies who guide him to a long-forgotten treasure that will change the world forever.
Those expecting the classic Scottish clich, evoked by romantic images of Rob Roy MacGregor using the cloak of darkness and the goodwill of local inn keepers to evade the English, will be disappointed.
Recently, there has been a disturbing trend in the legislative process where bills are crafted and released in the cloak of darkness when most people are home sleeping.
In Judith Beheading Holofernes (1620), the Italian Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi, influenced by the dramatic realism of Caravaggio, used the cloak of darkness to add horror and gore to a hallowed biblical tale (http://en.
That night the men set off under the cloak of darkness and flew low across the North Sea to avoid detection, across the Dutch coast before entering Germany.
The gruesome operation was carried out at the dead of night, so that the cloak of darkness could conceal the grisly sights as the coffins were carried away - but still the townspeople turned out to peer through the gloom at the goings-on.
ACTRESS Nicole Kidman and country singer Keith Urban are set to wed under the cloak of darkness.