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concealed

Line breaks: con|cealed
Pronunciation: /kənˈsiːld
 
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Definition of concealed in English:

adjective

Kept secret; hidden: a concealed weapon he spoke with barely concealed anger
More example sentences
  • Then in recent years, 31 states passed laws, promoted by the National Rifle Association, allowing people to carry concealed weapons.
  • His father's cousin, the son of his great uncle the judge, responded to the news with barely concealed resentment.
  • The operator uses an advanced form of telemetry, a miniature microprocessor-controlled guidance system concealed under his clothing.

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