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conceal

verb camouflage, cloak, confine, cover, cover up, curtain, disguise, eclipse, enshroud, entomb, envelop, harbor, hide, keep clandestine, keep from, keep out of sight, keep secret, keep to oneself, keep underground, make innonspicuous, make indiscernible, make unapparent, make unperceptible, mask, not reveal, obscure, occulere, protect, render invisible, screen, seclude, secrete, shade, shadow, shield, shroud, store, suppress, throw a veil over, veil, withhraw from observation, withold, withold information
Associated concepts: conceal assets, conceal information, conceal material facts
Foreign phrases: Fraus est celare fraudem.It is fraud to conneal a fraud.
See also: blind, camouflage, circumvent, cloak, clothe, disguise, distort, ensconce, enshroud, envelop, expurgate, guard, harbor, hedge, hide, misguide, misinform, obfuscate, obliterate, obnubilate, obscure, screen, seclude, sequester, shroud, stifle, suppress, withhold
References in periodicals archive ?
Vests Must Be Concealable Under A Uniform Shirt And Must Not Bind Or Constrict User Mobility
Concealable and Crossover Carriers : PBE's latest "Executive" concealable carrier (also called the "T-shirt Carrier") is designed to eliminate the edges of the vest from being visible, offering the ultimate in an ultra-covert carrier.
These are always hot products for burglars as they are easy to carry and easily concealable.
Pretty much anything that was concealable," said Chris.
And the weapons that are found tend to be small, concealable handguns, with few raids resulting in felony convictions.
Venter, a journalist with no fixed address, tells stories of how police officers in the US have been saved from death by concealable, soft body armor.
TAKE your pick from this portable and highly concealable digital radio to tune into the action.
Mobile phones are concealable, very common and easily deliverable.
504 KOON Makes provisions in relation to banning dangerous, poorly made, easily concealable, generally unsafe firearms known as "Saturday night specials" or "junk guns;" defines such term; increases penalties for certain offenses relating to possession, use and sale of such weapons; directs the superintendent of state police to study such weapons and publicize the provisions of this act.
Thirty-three states now allow the sale of concealable weapons; their owners proclaim that such guns decrease crime.
Plastic explosives are difficult to detect because a bomb maker can mold them into concealable or inconspicuous objects.
I thought my intent was clear by recommending we ban ``all large cars and all small concealable cars.