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Synonyms for camouflage

Synonyms for camouflage

to change or modify so as to prevent recognition of the true identity or character of

Synonyms for camouflage

an outward semblance that misrepresents the true nature of something

fabric dyed with splotches of green and brown and black and tan


device or stratagem for concealment or deceit

the act of concealing the identity of something by modifying its appearance

disguise by camouflaging

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In 2006, United States-based BAE Systems Land & Armaments requested a patent for an all-spectrum camouflage system based on a series of reflective layers controlled by applying different voltages.
However, the system's camouflage capabilities aren't limited to visible colours though.
There are several companies now using that technolOgy to create hunting camouflage, but you ain't seen nothing yet.
The First World War saw camouflage used on a large scale for the first time.
A French ministerial order established the first official camouflage unit in 1915 to aid in the concealment of soldiers and military equipment, and the first soldiers assigned this work were artists.
The new pattern was trialled in laboratory tests and field evaluations, including aerial and scientific photography to provide the right mix of colours and brightness for the new camouflage.
Afterwards we made some camouflage masks for role-play in the trees then hid them on camouflaged backgrounds.
Camouflage and disguise colors and patterns allow animals to hide from predators.
In twilight hunt, the insects and the animals the screech owl searches for use natural camouflage to blend into their surroundings--but when a great horned owl begins its hunt, the screech owl has to depend on camouflage too
In an educational film produced by the ICA that accompanies "Utopia, Utopia," the artist comments that the presence of "outgrowths" (tumorlike accretions of packing tape in camouflage patterns on the many mannequins and globes included in the exhibition) can denote the emergence of an idea, a passion, a problem--or a cancer.
With energy, insight and iron guts, she has recorded both camouflage and some of what it conceals: one of the most extraordinary episodes in the whole history of architecture.
Developed in collaboration with PEO Soldier, this new combat uniform increases performance capabilities through the application of new camouflage technologies, incorporation of functional fabric finishes, and design engineering for increased operational effectiveness, while reducing sustainment costs.
In the October '04 issue, Camo Buyers Guide page 168, Everywear West Camouflage was misspelled as Everywhere West Camouflage.