Conceal [verb]

Definition of Conceal:

hide, disguise

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Sentence/Example of Conceal:

I, therefore, deliver it as a maxim, that whoever desires the character of a proud man ought to conceal his vanity.

Answered Elizabeth, hardly attempting to conceal her scornful doubt of his sincerity.

"No; his coming has taken me by surprise," replied Hartledon, with a nervousness he could not wholly conceal.

Still, Louis did not reply; but proofs of his contending soul convulsed the features his agitated hand tried to conceal.

Was she merely an egoist—it ran in the family—or did it conceal much that she had no intention of revealing?

She is always attired in black, and is utterly careless in dress, yet nothing can conceal her innate elegance of figure.

He did not affect to conceal his anger; and yet, strange to say, it was not visible to Mr Bellamy.

Gilbert made a great clatter with his knife and fork, to conceal the laugh that he could not repress.

Another act of bankruptcy is to convey, transfer, conceal or remove property with the intention to defraud creditors.

Very often I had long talks with newspaper men, and made no attempt to conceal the fact that I was a Britisher.