concealing


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After this yell of victory, they tore up the fragrant bed of the cavern, and bore the branches into the chasm, scattering the boughs, as if they suspected them of concealing the person of the man they had so long hated and feared.
Aramis and Porthos had gone to the grotto of Locmaria with the expectation of finding there their canoe ready armed, as well as the three Bretons, their assistants; and they at first hoped to make the bark pass through the little issue of the cavern, concealing in that fashion both their labors and their flight.
In short, she had such a bewitching eloquence, and so great a power of persuasion that there was no concealing anything from her.
I knew there was no marrying without entirely concealing that I had had a child, for he would soon have discovered by the age of it that it was born, nay, and gotten too, since my parley with him, and that would have destroyed all the affair.
She was pleasant and simple, but she remained always rather silent, and I knew not why, gave me the impression that she was concealing something.
However, she had, on such occasions, the advantage of concealing her blushes from the eyes of men; and
Multicolored, random-pattern shirts, particularly those of the Hawaiian variety, make great concealing garments because they help mask minor changes to the naturally draping of the shirt created by the gun.