Both agencies, especially the CIA, had intramural interests for dissembling and hiding the true facts.
He, meanwhile, grew tired of the lying, the dissembling, which she did constantly.
Lucifer's Lacky: the true character of a dissembling Brownist, 1641.
It's your cool, dissembling, smiling hypocrite, of whom you should beware.
The captain, dissembling not his satisfaction, averred he could wear the gold chain of stewardship as well as another man.
Mr. Parris, among his other accomplishments, had the power of dissembling.
"Ah," Mr. Stewart made answer, dissembling what pique he might have felt, and putting real interest into his words.
"I know you never were any use at dissembling," he answered.
If she were dissembling he would dissemble, too, but to a better end.
dissembling her displeasure, she praised the hammer-cloth, and especially the fringe.
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.