conceal


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Synonyms for conceal

to prevent (something) from being known

to put or keep out of sight

Synonyms for conceal

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Encourage these businesses to consider offering a discount or creating a special promotion to attract conceal carry patrons.
The Cargo Pocket Conceal Holster's proprietary features enable it to remain within easy access for a quick draw if necessary.
There are 4 ways of how the electricity distribution companies conceal theft, said working group member of the Defense Council Almaz Nasyrov, Tazabek reported.
Health experts fear mums-to-be who conceal they are expecting are putting themselves and their baby at risk.
As a result, they can use more inventive and devious ways to conceal illegal firearms.
Mahoney, of Forsythia Close, Gurnos, Merthyr Tydfil, is now charged with endeavouring to conceal the birth of a baby between January 1, 1959, and March 2005, endeavouring to conceal the birth of a baby between January 1, 1959, and May 4, 2005, and endeavouring to conceal the birth of a baby between January 1, 1959, and May 4, 2005.
H H The President Cup on Conceal, writes Jason Ford.
At New York JFK, a man tried to hide razor blades in the insoles of his tennis shoes, while at Hartford a passenger who had hollowed out his prosthetic leg to conceal a 9in (22.
The ordinance, the brainchild of City Councilman Nick Pacheco, seeks to rein in gang activity by prohibiting loitering ``with the intent to intimidate neighborhoods or conceal illegal activities.
Brain-damaged people who have lost much of their ability to understand spoken sentences are better than healthy folks at picking up on emotions that others are trying to conceal, a new study suggests.
The three-player pass combination helps conceal the point of attack with the one-touch back pass.
He added: But "the world has no business to know the object of my Love, declared in this manner to you, when I want to conceal it"
I offer two alternative suggestions to Lane County's 14,500 concealed handgun license holders: First, given the paucity of police protection, why conceal your weapons?
This room, like the whole of the upper floor in both pavilions, is surmounted by a clerestory set above two steel channels back-to-back to conceal perimeter lighting.
In a 9-year study of gay men infected with HIV, those who reported striving to keep their sexual orientation hidden from the public developed AIDS and died markedly sooner than those who made no or few efforts to conceal their homosexuality.