dissemble


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Related to dissemble: lie, prevaricate, take apart
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to change or modify so as to prevent recognition of the true identity or character of

to behave affectedly or insincerely or take on a false or misleading appearance of

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behave unnaturally or affectedly

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Thus, even taxpayers with large psychic costs of cheating may be induced to dissemble.
The act dissemble pop and rebuild it Obaro Ejimiwe into mad and marvellous structures.
Both learned early to dissemble, to hide their true thoughts and feelings, to scheme, and to fight in every possible way for survival.
But it's one thing to dissemble if you're playing union politics.
In fact, what he says of proponents of race matching may likewise apply to the many people in American higher education who obfuscate and dissemble when confronted with probing questions about the specific details of preferential admissions policies.
We are very concerned that any Member should dissemble in his account to the committee.
labor required: pick up and dissemble, sandblast, clean and inspect complete pump, clean, bake and test stator assembly - rewind of necessary, assemble impeller on rotor shaft, set up and dynamically balance and verify total indicator run out, see attached file.
The truth of it is, these men live lives in which they have to dissemble the whole time.
With great angst (the former senate majority leader, as those of us who've covered him know, is a serious straight arrow, unaccustomed to lying or even fibbing), he and his two co-peace makers agreed to go out and dissemble.
Dpw Staff Will Also Take Down The Signs, Dissemble And Store At The Public Works Yard.
And it is her own passionate viewership that these photographs perform and, in turn, perhaps dissemble as much as reveal.
Children learn from what they see and what they see too often are leaders who shift blame and dissemble.
They are raised from birth to dissemble, artfully and with self-deprecating wit.
As much as these works dissemble photography, however, they ultimately attest to the medium's staying power.
But picture his heroic image if he should accept responsibility for his words and actions, rather than dissemble and lie.