conceal

All Verb Noun
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  • He then set her house on fire in an attempt to conceal his crime.
  • Thus, they could control a section of road whilst being both concealed and covered.
  • It conceals them little by little, until they are quite lost to sight. Cited from John Gabriel Borkman, by Henrik Ibsen
  • They found quite enough labour, indeed, in concealing the remains of my property. Cited from Dick Onslow, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The eight horses that were left behind, I gave him to conceal for me.
  • They permitted these people to come in there and conceal themselves and they gave no sign.
  • The smoke conceals his presence while he is able to see through it.
  • Her identity is concealed from both characters and reader until the next book.
  • Ireland felt that there was no longer any reason for concealing the author's name.
  • A series of islands conceals the southern shore from view most of the way. Cited from The Naturalist on the River Amazons by Henry Bates
  • This was found the following day concealed in a hole in a field.
  • This time he makes no attempt to conceal his presence.
  • The soldiers then set fire to the girl's body to conceal evidence of the crime.
  • The society may or may not attempt to conceal its existence.
  • It is possible that the page was chosen to conceal the later added information.
  • She is dressed in all black which conceals all of her but her head and hands.
  • Bring me to hear them speak, where I may be conceal'd. Cited from Measure for Measure, by William Shakespeare
  • Her veil is now drawn well over her head, entirely concealing her hair. Cited from Van Dyck, by Estelle M. Hurll
  • For maximum effect, the exact points of attack remained concealed until the last possible moment.
  • However, such stated reasons may conceal other reasons for sending a child away from home.
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Meaning of conceal

  • verb Hold back; keep from being perceived by others
    She conceals her anger well