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used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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


hiding the truth


something that hides or deceives
  • For camouflage in enemy waters, the tarpaulin could be spread blue side up; for signaling, the yellow side could be waved.
    p. 127.9
  • The island was on constant alert for air raids or invasion, and was so heavily camouflaged, a ground crewman wrote in his diary, that "one sees only about 'A of what is actually there.
    p. 66.3

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