concealing, present participle; concealed, past tense; conceals, 3rd person singular present; concealed, past participle;
Keep from sight; hide
a line of sand dunes concealed the distant sea
Keep (something) secret; prevent from being known or noticed
love that they had to conceal from others
hide: prevent from being seen or discovered; "Muslim women hide their faces"; "hide the money"
hold back; keep from being perceived by others; "She conceals her anger well"
(concealed) not accessible to view; "concealed (or hidden) damage"; "in stormy weather the stars are out of sight"
(concealing) concealment: the activity of keeping something secret
(concealing) covering or hiding; "the concealing darkness"; "concealing curtains prevented discovery"
(concealment) privacy: the condition of being concealed or hidden
(Concealed (album)) Concealed is the full-length debut album by the Canadian progressive death metal band Augury. It was released on September 14th, 2004 through Galy Records. ==Track listing==
To hide something from view or from public knowledge, to try to keep something secret
(Concealed) A tile or tiles drawn from the wall and not exposed.
(Concealed) This character or equipment comes into play in the hidden area (the hidden area is a field beside your normal 'visible' area. It has a front and support row, and row rules still apply, but characters in the hidden area cannot be attacked by other characters. ...
(Concealed) Tiles that are not exposed.
(Concealed) adj. Installed within the door or frame, mortised and hidden from view.
(concealed) something that is concealed is covered up so it can’t be seen.
Concealed (or European style) cabinet door hinges are not visible when the cabinet door is closed. This type of hinge requires a large hole to be bored into the back of the door in which the hinge cup rests. ...
(Concealment) Failure to disclose facts which may void an insurance policy.
(Concealment) Withholding material facts concerning a risk or a loss. Concealment usually voids coverage.
(concealment) The act of remaining hidden.
(concealment) Deliberate failure of an applicant for insurance to reveal a material fact to the insurer.
(Concealment) As applied to insurance, the withholding from an insurance company of information pertinent to a risk.
(Concealment) The intention to withhold information that could influence an insurer’s risk assessment. This may void the contract or reduce the indemnity the insured is entitled to receive.
(CONCEALMENT) to veil, mask, SCREEN, HIDE, or obscure from view; compare COVER, see MASK, CAMO, DECEPTION, COUNTERSHADING.
(Concealment) A deluded mental factor that, motivated by attachment to wealth or reputation, wishes to conceal our faults from others. See Understanding the Mind.
(Concealment) A lie by omission; to prevent information from being known. Improving the perception of something by withholding truth that may change a decision; if the underwriter had wanted to know, he/she would have asked. Concealment may actually be an unintentional act. ...
(Concealment) Darkness, light brush, and similar situations provide either a +2 or +5 concealment bonus to Defense. A creature with darkvision ignores concealment bonuses due to darkness.
(Concealment) Is committed if the debtor has concealed assets with intent to hinder, delay, or defraud his creditors.