Conceal - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |kənˈsiːl|  American pronunciation of the word conceal
Brit.  |kənˈsiːl|  British pronunciation of the word conceal
- prevent from being seen or discovered (syn: hide)
- hold back; keep from being perceived by others (syn: hold back, hold in)
She conceals her anger well

Examples

The sunglasses conceal her eyes.

The controls are concealed behind a panel.

The defendant is accused of attempting to conceal evidence.

The editorial accused the government of concealing the truth.

She could barely conceal her anger.

You cannot conceal your guilt from the police.

The thieves thought that they had concealed the jewels from discovery.

The shadows concealed her as she crept up to the house.

The path was concealed by long grass.

She tried to conceal the fact that she was pregnant.

She was taking drugs and trying to conceal it from me.

She conceals her anger well

She makes no attempt to conceal her hatred for her opponents.

The date had to be changed to conceal the fact that the news was already cold.

He was eager to conceal his immixture in that affair.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: conceal
he/she/it: conceals
present participle: concealing
past tense: concealed
past participle: concealed
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