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conceal,

v to hide; secrete; withhold from the knowledge of others.
References in classic literature ?
He slipped into the first room that he saw, and concealed himself behind the curtain.
As his plighted wife, it should be her privilege to know what the black veil concealed.
Hooper's conscience tortured him for some great crime too horrible to be entirely concealed, or otherwise than so obscurely intimated.
As she leaned back on the sofa on which she was sitting, Madame de Belliere covered the paper with the thick folds of her large silk dress, and so concealed it.
Money does not die, Marguerite; it may be concealed, but it can be looked for, bought and found.
Her perfidious friend's voice had assumed the most affectionate tone; she spoke as a woman, but concealed the instincts of a wolf.
today released the following statement after the House passed a bill to make it easier to carry concealed weapons:
In Illinois, we have a balanced concealed carry permit system that ensures the right of trained and responsible people to carry loaded concealed weapons.
KARACHI -- The Pakistan Rangers Sindh has recovered weapons from Haji Mureed Goth graveyard in Liaqatabad area, which were concealed on the rooftop of a shrine.
Hashish was concealed in secret cavities of the car.
Doug Burgum signed a legislation late Thursday allowing people to carry a concealed gun without a permit.
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Officials at some public and private colleges in Ohio say they don't plan to take action on a new state law taking effect this spring that allows permit holders to carry a concealed firearm on campus.