01. She used make-up to [conceal] the dark circles under her eyes.
02. Clarke Kent had a hard time [concealing] his true identity as Superman from Lois Lane.
03. The murderer's lawyer was arrested for [concealment] of evidence related to his client's crime.
04. He tried to [conceal] his anger, but I could see it in his eyes.
05. The undercover policeman was carrying a gun [concealed] under his shirt.
06. My husband and I tried to [conceal] our nervousness as our daughter went on stage for her piano recital.
07. Animals generally need both [concealment] from their enemies and visibility towards potential mating partners.
08. Her easy-going manner [conceals] a ruthless business sense.
09. During the Vietnam War, American military forces used enormous quantities of chemicals to destroy forested areas which could serve to [conceal] or feed enemy soldiers.
10. The stolen goods were [concealed] under bushes outside the thief's apartment.
11. Writer Jane Austen once suggested that a woman, especially if she has the misfortune of knowing anything, should [conceal] it as well as she can.
12. There is a Spanish proverb which observes that it is better to [conceal] one's knowledge than to reveal one's ignorance.
13. Pearl S. Buck once observed that euthanasia is a long, smooth-sounding word, and it [conceals] its danger as long, smooth words do, but the danger is there, nevertheless.
14. A proverb from Nepal tells us that it takes a hundred more lies to [conceal] the first.
15. Contrary to some Islamic countries, women on the islands of the Maldives are actually prohibited by law from [concealing] their faces.
16. In 1998, rap singer and composer Coolio was arrested in California on suspicion of carrying a [concealed] weapon, and possessing marijuana.
17. In December of 1993, the United States government admitted [concealing] 204 nuclear blasts at its Nevada test site.

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