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  1. But he was concealing it well.
  2. The Munroe girls were concealing their.
  3. Concealing his gift, Roho ran into his hut.
  4. Because you're concealing something, Hazel.
  5. They were good at concealing their feelings.

  6. He knew he was concealing something from me.
  7. Kyle turned and looked away, concealing a grin.
  8. A container concealing the device was off-loaded.
  9. He had a mania, you know, for concealing his tracks.
  10. Perhaps he thought Wulfric was concealing some money.
  11. Yes, Godwyn said, concealing his disappointment.
  12. Succinct, enigmatic, concealing more than it revealed.
  13. But this is no excuse for their concealing it from us.
  14. Mom and Dad had done an excellent job of concealing the.
  15. He was quite unconscious of concealing anything from her.

  16. If Jhordel was startled, she did a good job of concealing.
  17. He walked over to Tina while still concealing the dice in.
  18. I was concealing the fact that I was a wounded sonuvabitch.
  19. Concealing yourself? Hiding the truth? Is that what’s real?
  20. She told it was painless, but I knew she was concealing the pain.
  21. The actors wore hooded white cloaks, concealing their identities.
  22. Smart ass, Thomas said as he took a drink, concealing his grin.
  23. He told people everything he knew himself without concealing anything.
  24. Trees and bushes were the same in every direction, concealing any evidence.
  25. The choice of red leather went some small way towards concealing blood loss.

  26. What wind there was was blowing toward the hiding men, concealing their scent.
  27. Unused to concealing what he knew, Hanor struggled to find a legitimate reason.
  28. The crest of their concealing hill boasted a scattering of northern spine trees.
  29. I told my story, concealing nothing, and his surprise and delight were so great.
  30. Now Donna getting a bit angular about her relationship with him, but concealing.
  31. Simply concealing merchandise, inside or outside the store, will often be enough.
  32. The chairman, concealing the nastiness of what he was about to do behind a smooth.
  33. He cursed the sunglasses she’d replaced over her eyes, concealing them from him.
  34. She reached behind her and undid the fabric concealing and supporting her breasts.
  35. He was seething in a great warm ferment which, obviously, he had trouble concealing.
  36. The reasons they give for concealing that inoffensive little organ are truly bizarre.
  37. I was concealing as much as I was revealing both in psychoanalysis and in my letters.
  38. He doesn’t need that, his ma’s tragic dignity, not concealing a kind of terror.
  39. He kept fumbling around trying to look for it, but the darkness was far too concealing.
  40. The appearance of a single unit house concealing the garage might be in the design staples.
  41. Forgetting his intention of concealing his knowledge of French, Pierre, snatching away the.
  42. I was so glad that I never thought of concealing my delight when I reached my dressingroom.
  43. These lawyers are known for concealing evidence that’s not helpful to the coal company.
  44. The question is why? What is he concealing? He recalled the conversation he had had with Dr.
  45. A few moments later he stood up again, carefully concealing the huge screwdriver in his sleeve.
  46. I don’t want to be party to concealing something that should be dealt with by proper process.
  47. I don’t have time for arguments, Mother, Cristian said barely, concealing his irritation.
  48. Just a little—an impressive attempt at concealing the pain—but enough to catch my attention.
  49. It impressed him that Monty and Alicia, by concealing Syd, were putting their own lives at risk.
  50. Marco too was emotional, and as any loving father would, he had a hard time concealing his tears.
  51. It took him a little while to find it, they had done a good job of concealing that they’d been there.
  52. He added Quarles’ envelope with the $5,000 before closing the false panel concealing the compartment.
  53. She does not belong to them: "the power concealing itself and lurking in the background" (Hegel 1807, p.
  54. Dissimulation: The act of dissembling; concealing true thoughts and intentions by falsehood and hypocrisy.
  55. Hubble’s declaration was on track to blow the cover that was concealing the Newton fraud wide open and.
  56. Why was I concealing the activities of this demon? What was I ashamed of? "Yes, it's very quaint," I said.
  57. Are you aware that concealing a blade longer than three inches is illegal in the State of New York?
  58. He was polite and hearty with Paul though Paul sensed he was concealing a wariness and suspicion towards him.
  59. A temporary embargo for the purpose of sending out a squadron or concealing an equipment, was well understood.
  60. Kyrin slipped off her tunic and shoved it underneath one of the old apple trees, concealing it within the roots.
  61. Concealing their bad acts took up so much energy that having the truth laid bare brought on a deep, sweet sleep.
  62. Sees revolver, turns, faces him quickly, concealing it with her body, stands very tense and taut, looking at him.
  63. Besides all this, Charley is a coward, so deep-seated a coward that he has developed a technique for concealing it.
  64. It protruded a good eight centimetres over his belt partially concealing a large gold buckle in the shape of a bull.
  65. She was also now wearing a sheer, form-fitting nightgown that did absolutely nothing in terms of concealing anything.
  66. Bas Bleu, said Bentnor, concealing his triumph at his own tactics in the lighting of his twenty-third cigarette.
  67. Then the moon betrayed the Madam as a glimmer showed that she was concealing something long and sharp behind her back.
  68. All the three buttons buttoned up without tearing on the long glove that covered her hand without concealing its lines.
  69. He performed a multitude of good actions, concealing his agency in them as a man conceals himself because of evil actions.
  70. This resulted in treacherous puddles which might have soft mud as their base or rainwater concealing as-yet-unmelted ice.
  71. Her shoulder length hair hung in off-blonde ringlets concealing, then not concealing, the bands of gold piercing each ear.
  72. Duncan seized a pile of the sassafras, which he drew before the passage, studiously concealing every appearance of an aperture.
  73. Perhaps, this only goes to prove how successful the Japanese were in concealing their military strength from foreign observers.
  74. She was wearing a regulation gray Federation flight suit that, if anything, accentuated instead of concealing her ample curves.
  75. Everyone in the house realized for whose sake Prince Andrew came, and without concealing it he tried to be with Natasha all day.
  76. Everyone in the house realized for whose sake Prince Andrew came, and without concealing it he tried to be with Natásha all day.
  77. Her head was turned backwards and she continued waving and concealing her tears until Mary, Margaret and Molly were out of sight.
  78. He knew the current stealth mode had little chance concealing this craft, especially since he had sent a comm signal to the B'tari.
  79. It asked what was the matter and I saw no reason for keeping our story secret or concealing the place which you filled in my heart.
  80. That very night she began an appealing letter to Clare, concealing from him her hardships, and assuring him of her undying affection.
  81. I could see that he had already consumed a fair amount of liquor, but retained the skill of the habitual drinker in concealing this.
  82. The man with the scar continued his trek to the house, concealing himself behind every tree available until he came upon the sidewall.
  83. Conan bounded from the bushes, wrenched his ax free and dragged the limp body in among the trees, concealing it from the casual glance.
  84. The Capataz looked down for a time upon the fall of loose earth, stones, and smashed bushes, concealing the hiding-place of the silver.
  85. The count, by any opening from the bedroom, or by concealing himself in the dressing-room, would be able to defend his property himself.
  86. Behind them, in a very dirty, gray shirt, stood a wretched-looking woman, big with child, who was charged with concealing stolen property.
  87. The other person, standing next to her, was a boy wearing an overly large sweatshirt, its hood pulled up over his head, concealing his face.
  88. He wipes the fog on a cabinet door mirror above the sink with an extended forearm, to reveal a blur of facial hair concealing a young face.
  89. The noise originated in a shadowed area of the forest, where the trees were tightly packed together, concealing the presence of someone else.
  90. Jenny turned her face to the window, feeling at last the full force of something she must have been concealing from herself for a very long time.
  91. Johnny often wondered how his dad would feel if he ever found out that Johnny was a super spy and that he was concealing so many things from him.
  92. They had beside them what seemed to be white sheets concealing some objects under them, standing upright or lying flat, and arranged at intervals.
  93. I can never forgive you that you have deceived me by concealing from me that there is another organisation of society by means of the communities.
  94. Then one by one each of the six wizards stepped forward out of a concealing shield I had put up, and collectively said, Not today, and not ever.
  95. One must have the intent to take the item from the store; however, many states consider the act of concealing merchandise to be evidence of intent.
  96. He despised the nobility, and believed the mass of the nobility to be secretly in favor of serfdom, and only concealing their views from cowardice.
  97. Arkady felt a scalding pain at his heart; he felt vexed and sad and oppressed to see Vasya not trusting him, hiding and concealing himself from him.
  98. The countess looked at her callers, smiling affably, but not concealing the fact that she would not be distressed if they now rose and took their leave.
  99. Depending on how she moved and the angle of the light, it seemed to vary from covering her modestly to concealing no more than a light dusting of flour.
  100. The sudden termination of Colonel Brandon's visit at the park, with his steadiness in concealing its cause, filled the mind, and raised the wonder of Mrs.
  1. It has also concealed the.
  2. But love that is concealed.
  3. His eyes were still concealed.
  4. I have a horse concealed there.
  5. His crime was partly concealed.
  6. I had hitherto kept it concealed.
  7. I concealed a sin you committed.
  8. He tried to stay concealed by that.
  9. Public wonders cannot be concealed.
  10. They concealed their birthing rites.
  11. I have never concealed my feelings.
  12. It most likely concealed her equipment.
  13. It was time to draw his concealed knife.
  14. A ceiling of clouds concealed the stars.
  15. The Man of God is concealed, Shamsi Din;.
  16. Though I of course concealed my feelings.
  17. Concealed in the murk of social anonymity.
  18. And that it, too, was concealed in a cave.
  19. Suppose knowledge is concealed from you.
  20. Horrified, Rose watched from her concealed.
  21. He kept his left arm concealed in the coat.
  22. No way to tell what it might have concealed.
  23. Concealed by the blanket of night, and the.
  24. In that rich earth a richer dust concealed;.
  25. Are you required to have a Concealed Carry.
  26. The exit had been concealed very, very well.
  27. Concealed within one of numerous cupboards.
  28. It is the heretical truth which is concealed.
  29. The man nodded knowingly and concealed a grin.
  30. It concealed a small apartment in the turret.
  31. He concealed the incident from me at the time.
  32. He know that something valuable was concealed.
  33. Sebastian barely concealed his satisfied grin.
  34. So Saruman guessed, and he had concealed his.
  35. This observation alone betrays the concealed.
  36. Once they were all concealed, he crept back to.
  37. They would see a concealed plan as vividly as.
  38. But the same day that Lot (the concealed) went.
  39. Delurna tried to keep his own reaction concealed.
  40. The artifice was well concealed by the sculptor.
  41. In the next moment he was concealed by the leaves.
  42. It is a mystery, something concealed and waiting.
  43. They had only just concealed themselves when….
  44. Their hands were concealed by their wide sleeves.
  45. And not only this fact was not concealed: amidst.
  46. He and Egg concealed themselves behind a thornbush.
  47. Evidently, she had concealed it in the same hand.
  48. Yes, she must have concealed a great deal from me.
  49. I pointed to the spot where I had concealed myself.
  50. Concealed by his role he achieved seduction's goal6.
  51. Coiled snakes with head concealed present a problem.
  52. Others looked gleeful with barely concealed smiles.
  53. However, I concealed my upheaval and played it cool.
  54. Gareth was concealed within a stone covered walkway.
  55. The convicts concealed these objects in their boots.
  56. Rounding the last colossal bush, what was concealed.
  57. Tammas crossed his arms, his hands nicely concealed.
  58. Nothing connected with Charles was concealed from me.
  59. The door was heavy and concealed the sounds behind it.
  60. The machinery itself was concealed behind a thicket.
  61. Alas! beauty is concealed as though it were ugliness.
  62. She waded out of the pond and concealed her tempting.
  63. Where is the farrier to be concealed? In her big box.
  64. At the side of the building, half concealed by empty.
  65. Hang it all, I shouldn't have concealed it from you.
  66. The weak part of canvas was concealed by a seal-strip.
  67. She also is full of a concealed hostility towards him.
  68. As an added measure he concealed the case inside some.
  69. Open rebuke is better than love carefully concealed.
  70. They approached the fork but it was concealed by a bend.
  71. Steady, Karyl called to his small, concealed force.
  72. The bieduvel walked out from the plants that concealed it.
  73. It was concealed inside an expensive set of headphones.
  74. I concealed my mounting physical problems from my husband.
  75. A coarse linen apron concealed the half of her petticoat.
  76. It is fairly well concealed, but Luke says that Moses and.
  77. The Naga looked at the Magadhan with barely concealed hate.
  78. The concealed seed of the human soul is an immortal spirit.
  79. Hardly had he concealed himself, when he perceived a light.
  80. There are three more concealed vaults, Caris told him.
  81. Winning in professional sports is all about concealed HATE.
  82. Caris thought Jonas was speaking with barely concealed irony.
  83. Castro initially concealed the fact that he was a Communist.
  84. They had concealed a natural chasm which led under the rock.
  85. But being a woman, she concealed her knowledge of that fact.
  86. Anon turned from Brontes, his anger was concealed – for now.
  87. Reaching behind his back, he withdrew a concealed snub-nosed.
  88. Not even the cloaks of Lurien would have concealed them there.
  89. The only thing he now concealed was the her behind his facade.
  90. Banda was on the floor of the backseat, concealed by a blanket.
  91. Fortunately, I was so well concealed that he could not find me.
  92. The chamber was now so silent that the figure concealed in the.
  93. Carefully concealed in the uppermost branches he bided his time.
  94. He was therefore scared but he concealed his fears from others.
  95. Rhal Der-Han stood, concealed in shadow, in the second level of.
  96. The darkness concealed the faces of those who were apprehensive.
  97. With a gentle push against the thin, concealed hinge, there came.
  98. They both deceived me a little bit at the time, and concealed it.
  99. Before the walls fell, all Fae concealed themselves with glamour.
  100. Swami explained its concealed meaning and in the end, blessed him.
  1. For it only conceals a doorway.
  2. And the night as it conceals it.
  3. It just that everyone conceals it very well.
  4. Death is a door that conceals many mysteries.
  5. Drifting and dark, the waking house conceals.
  6. How can it do that? It conceals the real name.
  7. He who conceals his disease cannot expect to be cured.
  8. Though she conceals it with defiance, she is terrified of him.
  9. The dynasty conceals the scaffolding and covers the ambulance.
  10. He carries his bow and conceals his arrows, and war follows close behind him.
  11. How true it is that language in this case conceals thought and meaning! I need.
  12. It is about what science conceals hiding underneath everything science reveals.
  13. He who conceals his sins shall not prosper, but whoever confesses and forsakes.
  14. The man who takes shelter in the Most High conceals his defects from the universe.
  15. A talebearer reveals secrets: but he that is of a faithful spirit conceals the matter.
  16. A talebearer reveals secrets, but he who is of a faithful spirit conceals a matter.
  17. Where shall she hide him? She conceals him under the table, and takes up her distaff again.
  18. Caprivi only said aloud what every statesman knows and assiduously conceals from the people.
  19. He who conceals his sins prospers not, but he who confesses and forsakes them obtains mercy.
  20. Proverb: Dark sayings of the wise; a hidden mode of speaking, which conceals the sense under figurative expressions.
  21. He performed a multitude of good actions, concealing his agency in them as a man conceals himself because of evil actions.
  22. It is the same; whether one of you conceals his speech, or declares it; whether he goes into hiding by night, or goes out by day.
  23. The phalaena devastator is never seen during the day; it conceals itself in the crevices of buildings, and beneath the bark of trees.
  24. Or, if the poet everywhere appears and never conceals himself, then again the imitation is dropped, and his poetry becomes simple narration.
  25. The Hinckleys and the hospital staff, however, are unaware that their son still secretly conceals pictures of Jodie Foster in his room, which is forbidden.
  26. Apparently, the average variance component offsets and conceals the market-timing ability of correlation, leaving stock market variance unable to predict market returns.
  27. In contrast, high average time series variance of individual equities mildly predicts low future market returns and thus conceals a systematic relation between risk and returns.
  28. This sentence appears full of severe torment and cruelness but actually it conceals in its interior the goodness and mercy not only to the thief (male or female) but also to the whole society.
  29. Pray, don't imagine that he conceals depths of benevolence and affection beneath a stern exterior! He's not a rough diamond---a pearl-containing oyster of a rustic: he's a fierce, pitiless, wolfish man.
  30. Only, in cities, that which thus conceals itself is ferocious, unclean, and petty, that is to say, ugly; in forests, that which conceals itself is ferocious, savage, and grand, that is to say, beautiful.
  31. Now seeming thrice its former size, the winged one did wend its way up to My shoulder, whence it spake this most intriguing riddling, This plane conceals a special door now locked and hidden out of view.
  32. Pray, don’t imagine that he conceals depths of benevolence and affection beneath a stern exterior! He’s not a rough diamond—a pearl-containing oyster of a rustic: he’s a fierce, pitiless, wolfish man.
  33. Shaw’s Sower temporarily lifted from its place in the modest house which conceals so many treasures, and brought here, especially as it was not possible to borrow the replica belonging to the estate of the late W.
  34. We are not speaking so much of those delightful lovesongs with which the writer who conceals his identity under the graceful pseudonym of the Little Sweet Branch has familiarised the bookloving world but rather (as a contributor D.
  35. And that they have exhibited to the world the fact that something over their mental vision conceals from their conception the beautiful thread of simplicity, connecting all inspiration, into a unity the very opposite of their inferences.
  36. In this manner, the love an individual expresses for another individual is conditioned by self-interest and that the underlying motives behind every kindly and selfless act conceals an (inner) need or emotional requirement that an individual seeks to fulfill.
  37. Although he knows that his children are often not so well fed as are the pet dogs and cats of his `betters', he tries to bluff his neighbours into thinking that he has some mysterious private means of which they know nothing, and conceals his poverty as if it were a crime.
  38. Jekyll (who was composite) now with the most sensitive apprehensions, now with a greedy gusto, projected and shared in the pleasures and adventures of Hyde; but Hyde was indifferent to Jekyll, or but remembered him as the mountain bandit remembers the cavern in which he conceals himself from pursuit.
  39. Freedom, Sancho, is one of the most precious gifts that heaven has bestowed upon men; no treasures that the earth holds buried or the sea conceals can compare with it; for freedom, as for honour, life may and should be ventured; and on the other hand, captivity is the greatest evil that can fall to the lot of man.
  40. In addition to this absurd dress, which conceals the graceful form of perhaps the handsomest race of women in the world, the fair creatures have a style of riding which, to Europeans accustomed to the side-saddle, certainly seems more peculiar than elegant; that is to say, they ride á la Duchesse de Berri—Anglicè, like a man.
  41. It is not necessary for anything new to enter into the consciousness of men, but only for the mist to disappear, which conceals from men the true meaning of some acts of violence, in order that this may happen and the growing Christian public opinion should get the better of the obsolescent pagan public opinion, which admitted and justified acts of violence.
  42. Art Stupefaction conceals an inherent baseness common to affected styles and manners that is often lost on the casual observer, captivated as many of them are by erratic forms for their own sake without giving considered thought to their (social) implications; radical ―art‖ forms whose intended meaning, if any, are often unclear, its premises anti-social, tasteless, adolescent, absurd, valueless and immoral.
  43. She seemed every moment to be telling us all (though I repeat that she did not utter a word), ' None of you would do the same—j'ou would not give yourself up at the dictates of honour and duty, none of you have such a pure and delicate conscience ! And as for his misdeeds, who has not evil actions upon his conscience ? Only every one conceals them, and this man preferred facing ruin to remaining ignoble in his own eyes.
  44. And as the military men live in an atmosphere of public opinion that not only conceals from them the guilt of their actions, but sets these actions up as feats of heroism, so these political offenders were also constantly surrounded by an atmosphere of public opinion which made the cruel actions they committed, in the face of danger and at the risk of liberty and life, and all that is dear to men, seem not wicked but glorious actions.
  45. The police and the gendarmes examine the young man, but nothing of what he says fits in with the crimes dealt with in their departments, and there is absolutely no way of accusing him of revolutionary acts, or of plotting, since he declares that he does not wish to destroy anything, but, on the contrary, rejects all violence, and conceals nothing, but seeks an opportunity for saying and doing in a most open manner what he says and does.
  46. And every government, without exception, conceals from the masses all that would tend to set them free, and encourages all that would demoralize them,—all those writings, for instance, that tend to confirm them in the crudeness of their religious and patriotic superstition; all kinds of sensual pleasures, shows, circuses, theaters; and all means for producing physical stupor, especially those, like tobacco or brandy, which are among the principal sources of national income.
  47. At such times, under an abated sun; afloat all day upon smooth, slow heaving swells; seated in his boat, light as a birch canoe; and so sociably mixing with the soft waves themselves, that like hearth-stone cats they purr against the gunwale; these are the times of dreamy quietude, when beholding the tranquil beauty and brilliancy of the ocean's skin, one forgets the tiger heart that pants beneath it; and would not willingly remember, that this velvet paw but conceals a remorseless fang.
  48. A Cultural War waged by determined ideas is a much more subtle, deceptive and formidable form of warfare inasmuch as it craftily conceals its (unstated) purpose; a social and cultural conversion cutting at the (very) heart of a society‘s traditional belief system; a gradual, however determined process that oftentimes goes unchecked until an awakening society (roused from its slumbers) suddenly finds itself in the midst of altered customs and norms no longer consonant with that society‘s accustomed practices.
  49. La Fontaine perhaps; magnificent egoists of the infinite, tranquil spectators of sorrow, who do not behold Nero if the weather be fair, for whom the sun conceals the funeral pile, who would look on at an execution by the guillotine in the search for an effect of light, who hear neither the cry nor the sob, nor the death rattle, nor the alarm peal, for whom everything is well, since there is a month of May, who, so long as there are clouds of purple and gold above their heads, declare themselves content, and who are determined to be happy until the radiance of the stars and the songs of the birds are exhausted.
  50. At this Don Quixote heaved a deep sigh and said, I cannot say positively whether my sweet enemy is pleased or not that the world should know I serve her; I can only say in answer to what has been so courteously asked of me, that her name is Dulcinea, her country El Toboso, a village of La Mancha, her rank must be at least that of a princess, since she is my queen and lady, and her beauty superhuman, since all the impossible and fanciful attributes of beauty which the poets apply to their ladies are verified in her; for her hairs are gold, her forehead Elysian fields, her eyebrows rainbows, her eyes suns, her cheeks roses, her lips coral, her teeth pearls, her neck alabaster, her bosom marble, her hands ivory, her fairness snow, and what modesty conceals from sight such, I think and imagine, as rational reflection can only extol, not compare.
  51. At last he decided upon revealing all to Camilla, and, as there was no want of opportunity for doing so, he found her alone the same day; but she, as soon as she had the chance of speaking to him, said, Lothario my friend, I must tell thee I have a sorrow in my heart which fills it so that it seems ready to burst; and it will be a wonder if it does not; for the audacity of Leonela has now reached such a pitch that every night she conceals a gallant of hers in this house and remains with him till morning, at the expense of my reputation; inasmuch as it is open to anyone to question it who may see him quitting my house at such unseasonable hours; but what distresses me is that I cannot punish or chide her, for her privity to our intrigue bridles my mouth and keeps me silent about hers, while I am dreading that some catastrophe will come of it.
  52. How often it happens that for years one sees a family cover themselves over with a conventional cloak of decorum, and preserve the real relations of its members a secret from every eye! How often, too, have I remarked that, the more impenetrable (and therefore the more decorous) is the cloak, the harsher are the relations which it conceals! Yet, once let some unexpected question—often a most trivial one (the colour of a woman’s hair, a visit, a man’s horses, and so forth)—arise in that family circle, and without any visible cause there will also arise an ever-growing difference, until in time the cloak of decorum becomes unequal to confining the quarrel within due bounds, and, to the dismay of the disputants and the astonishment of the auditors, the real and ill-adjusted relations of the family are laid bare, and the cloak, now useless for concealment, is bandied from hand to hand among the contending factions until it serves only to remind one of the years during which it successfully deceived one’s perceptions.

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1. I have nothing to conceal.
2. You will be able to conceal.
3. Loken said, "Conceal or not?".
4. Aesa unspelled the Conceal rune.
5. I will conceal nothing from you.
6. He does not conceal much from me.
7. Tarmon could not conceal his smile.
8. Ned Land couldn't conceal his glee.
9. They will conceal nothing from God.
10. I think Conceal would be a kindness.
11. Branan tried to conceal his surprise.
12. His mother did the best to conceal.
13. Jamie could not conceal his surprise.
14. But they did conceal something else.
15. I will the truth reveal, not conceal.
16. Negatives conceal death in a spinner.
17. It would if he tried to conceal it.
18. The deputy failed to conceal his smile.
19. He tried to conceal his surprise and.
20. Do not conceal it in your heart, but.
21. Irma couldn’t conceal her nervousness.
22. Her social hardships she could conceal.
23. Bo tried to conceal his trembling hands.
24. She had to conceal this from her Mother.
25. Meaning: attempted to conceal something.
26. A rat could not conceal himself either.
27. One is that it’ s a crime to conceal a.
28. They should not conceal so much from them.
29. More so than Popi but tried to conceal it.
30. Her effort to conceal her grief and regret.
31. Corallyn couldn’t conceal a small giggle.
32. No, he said, trying to conceal a smile.
33. Barron closed his eyes to conceal his tears;.
34. I reached for the mask to conceal myself again.
35. God knows what you reveal and what you conceal.
36. I nodded coolly, trying to conceal my ignorance.
37. It portrays neatness and helps conceal emotion.
38. He was troubled and did not attempt to conceal it.
39. But tell me the whole truth, and conceal nothing.
40. I have tried hard to conceal this from David and.
41. They can never conceal the feelings of the heart.
42. Curiously, the man was cloaked in a Conceal rune.
43. He could barely conceal his sarcasm as he barked.
44. Some clasped their hands together to conceal the.
45. It troubled him, but he did not try to conceal it.
46. There was a reason he had to conceal his identity.
47. Her jaw snapped shut and he tried to conceal a grin.
48. The doctor grunted, trying to conceal his condition.
49. Ah, Son, John said, trying to conceal a smile.
50. It is large enough to conceal the bulge of the gun.
51. If he had hoped to conceal his curiosity, he failed.
52. I attempted to conceal the fact from the master of.
53. I wore shades and a hat to conceal my true identity.
54. Of course, there's no reason to conceal it from you.
55. Virgil lowered his head to conceal his moistened eyes.
56. But I cannot conceal that your lovemaking thrills me.
57. The height of cleverness is to be able to conceal it.
58. To conceal her from me, isn’t that correct?
59. What profit is it if we kill our brother and conceal.
60. You should never conceal your true identity to anyone.
61. Bucca has heard they even conceal themselves as young.
62. I begin to worry she can conceal herself even from me.
63. Kady was flying high, trying to conceal her excitement.
64. Our Lord, You know what we conceal and what we reveal.
65. He was obviously loving it but struggling to conceal it.
66. Gary did his best to conceal the bloody wounds with his.
67. I force my lips to curl, trying to conceal my irritation.
68. He did not conceal from himself the fact that obstacles.
69. Even though he was biting his lip, and trying to conceal.
70. That my motive power is hate, I do not attempt to conceal.
71. I think he’s speaking the truth, but conceal just as much.
72. The light shines forth, and the darkness cannot conceal it.
73. What they used to conceal before will become clear to them.
74. He knows what is said openly, and He knows what you conceal.
75. Jasper asked, "What about his eye? Do we still conceal it?".
76. Kernan thought it would be wiser to conceal her satisfaction.
77. He looked away from her to conceal the expression in his eyes.
78. Schlau laughed as though he wished to conceal his failure to.
79. I won't conceal the fact that I was terribly tempted to laugh.
80. If anything happens to me it would be difficult to conceal it.
81. Bombers usually do that for profit or to conceal another crime.
82. But what blinded the ship also served to conceal it from the.
83. Cursing inwardly at his lapse, Kifter tried to conceal his fury.
84. His mail could not conceal his hard lines of tigerish strength.
85. Food is plentiful but we have to conceal the fact that we are.
86. Speak before these, said he; conceal nothing from them.
87. She did not attempt to conceal her hatred for her late employer.
88. Did I ever conceal that I had a purpose in coming to you?
89. This man expresses what all wise men know, but carefully conceal.
90. For they do not conceal themselves, and cannot conceal themselves.
91. If you have any wish on such subjects, do not conceal it from me.
92. Merrill Shortley said it was someone Kathy was trying to conceal.
93. He knows the deceptions of the eyes, and what the hearts conceal.
94. She smiled, but the expression couldn’t conceal a look of worry.
95. Men also have very strong tendencies to conceal stressful things.
96. The Swordsmen were making no attempt to conceal their activities.
97. Although drunk, he tried to conceal the cleaver against his side.
98. She clamped her hands over her mouth trying to conceal her horror.
99. Without a doubt, God knows what they conceal and what they reveal.
100. He smiled, trying to conceal his concern, worry and possibly fear.

Synonyms for concealing