It took German soldiers just 36 hours and 27 crates to dissemble the entire chamber and ship it to a castle in Königsberg.
Instead of too big to fail, they embrace the unfettered right to cheat and dissemble.
But it apparently made it easier for Pentagon officials to dissemble about them.
But a sudden sense of shame at being compelled to dissemble before a subordinate had lashed him across the face.
She had meant to wait; but, with his keen eyes on her, she could not dissemble.
To dissemble for a month or so would not hurt him, and might even amuse him as a new game.
It was hard to dissemble still, to tempt him to say something that would madden me!
I needed not dissemble an astonishment, for I was as much amazed to see him there, as if I had not known he was in the House.
The contempt he did not trouble to dissemble served but to goad them on.
He said that he stood ready to pray, toil, dissemble, plot like a fox and fight like a tiger.
early 15c. (implied in dissemblable), apparently a variant of Middle English dissimule (influenced by Middle French dessembler or English resemble), late 14c., from Old French dissimuler, from Latin dissimulare (see dissimulation). Related: Dissembled; dissembling.