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used in Fearless

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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
  • That airborne moment would have made quite a replay: a camouflaged, fully extended Navy SEAL snagging the ball in a spectacular grab.
    p. 222.3
  • While they talked, Ryan listened in and paced around the office, examining the posters of aircraft carriers, battleships, and the camouflage-painted face of a SEAL rising out of dark waters.
    p. 94.9
  • She'd make dinner, and he'd practically fall asleep in his food before flopping into bed, already snoring when she put his clothes in the dryer, then "boxed his cover" (shaped and creased his hat), and, if it was a scheduled inspection day, shined his boots, touched up the paint on his helmet and polished it, and starched and ironed his camouflage uniform.
    p. 110.1
  • Adam knew exactly what he was going to do with his camouflage-covered Bible—but first he had to make it through the rest of BUD/S.
    p. 114.1
  • To do that he needed to master stealth, patience, and camouflage.
    p. 182.2
  • Considering the location and the fact that Adam was a Naval Special Warfare sniper who had consistently hit targets a mile away, should an opportunity arise, say, across the river, he could engage the target from a lofty crag, camouflaged within the dark shadow of a rock overhang.
    p. 213.7

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