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camouflage
used in Atlas Shrugged

4 uses
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Definition
the act of hiding something by making it blend in with its surroundings

or:

hiding the truth

or:

something that hides or deceives
  • She wore a tight, shabby little black dress, which she had tried to camouflage by the gaudy plastic bracelets tinkling on her wrist.
    1.9 Part 1 Chapter 9 — The Sacred and the Profane (24% in)
  • Camouflage.
    2.4 Part 2 Chapter 4 — The Sanction of the Victim (93% in)
  • I cut off all possible avenues of approach, except one road-and it's camouflaged beyond anyone's power to discover-and I stocked this place to be self-supporting, so that I could live here for the rest of my life and never have to see the face of a looter.
    3.1 Part 3 Chapter 1 — Atlantis (90% in)
  • Peculiar-looking men loitered in the lobbies, restaurants and shops of the ground floor: their clothes were too new and too expensive, in unsuccessful imitation of the hotel's usual patrons, a camouflage impaired by the fact that the clothes were badly fitted to their wearers' husky figures and were further distorted by bulges in places where the garments of businessmen have no cause to bulge, but the garments of gunmen have.
    3.8 Part 3 Chapter 8 — The Egoist (49% in)

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