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[kuh n-seel-muh nt] /kənˈsil mənt/
the act of concealing.
the state of being concealed.
a means or place of hiding.
1275-1325; Middle English concelement < Anglo-French. See conceal, -ment
Related forms
nonconcealment, noun
preconcealment, noun
reconcealment, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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  • But scientists have turned to two rather more colorful animals in their search for new systems of military concealment.
  • Sometimes censorship is effective: art is destroyed, artists are reduced to concealment or silence.
  • In time, these incidents only made her better at concealment and stealth.
  • The permanent concealment of the face also raises the question of social interactions in our democracies.
  • Strategies of concealment ramify and self-examination is endless.
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  • Strategies of concealment ramify, and self-examination is endless.
  • We have a lot of areas that afford cover and concealment.
  • The disfigurement or concealment of the continuing thoughts known to me could not be accomplished without leaving some trace.
  • The bugles had wakened everybody: there was no use in concealment now.
Word Origin and History for concealment

early 14c. (late 13c. in Anglo-French), from Old French concelement "concealment, secrecy," from conceler "to hide" (see conceal). Originally a term in law; general sense is from c.1600.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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