concealing Definition

  • 1prevent from being seen or discovered
  • 2keep secret

Using concealing: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "concealing" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    He was charged with concealing evidence from the police.

  • Example

    She tried to conceal her disappointment.

  • Example

    The thief concealed the stolen goods in his bag.

  • Example

    The spy was caught concealing classified information.

concealing Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for concealing

Antonyms for concealing

Phrases with concealing

  • concealing one's feelings

    hiding one's emotions or thoughts


    She was good at concealing her feelings, so no one knew she was upset.

  • hiding a weapon on one's person


    The suspect was arrested for concealing a weapon in his jacket.

  • hiding or not revealing the truth


    He was accused of concealing the truth about the company's finances.


Summary: concealing in Brief

The verb 'concealing' [kənˈsiːlɪŋ] means to prevent something from being seen or discovered, or to keep something secret. It can refer to hiding evidence, emotions, or the truth. Synonyms include 'hide' and 'disguise,' while antonyms include 'reveal' and 'disclose.'

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