conceal


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Synonyms for conceal

to prevent (something) from being known

to put or keep out of sight

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She did not think that Julia would be able to penetrate his disguise, as he had declared his intentions so to conceal himself, by paint and artifice, as to be able to escape detection.
AN innocent-looking smoking pipe, pencil and safety razor conceal deadly blades in this treasure trove of James Bond-style gadgets issued to British spies during the Second World War.
This holster's intended purpose is to safely hold and conceal a handgun while mounted under the steering column of your vehicle, giving you fast access to your concealed gun should you need it.
Conceal Carry; Pause: The Pursuit of Trained Readiness with a Goal to Avoid a 3-Second-Long Gun Fight" is the story of Donn Ziebell's interesting expedition to learn about conceal carry, including his training to become a licensed conceal carry citizen.
The purpose of Conceal Carry; Pause: The Pursuit of Trained Readiness with a Goal to Avoid a 3-Second-Long Gun Fight is not to advocate for or against gun ownership, or concealed carry laws.
It's amazing to me how poorly many of my fellow police officers conceal their off-duty gun.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to serve as a valuable accessory for those who carry a gun for professional reasons, the Cargo Pocket Conceal Holster, has been developed by Aaron Dyches of Hyrum, Utah.
There are 4 ways of how the electricity distribution companies conceal theft, said working group member of the Defense Council Almaz Nasyrov, Tazabek reported.
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.