camouflage

[ kam-uh-flahzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF camouflage

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They have been and are the chief criminals, and no camouflage to which they may resort will save them.

But from aloft Chris saw the trick and how the camouflage was worked.

All that talk about me is just camouflage to save him answerin' my question.

I unzipped the front of my camouflage suit and pulled out the blueprints.

But I am willing to camouflage the investigation if necessary.

The bickering and rivalries must have been part of the camouflage.

She rolled them in a Union Jack for camouflage, and bore them off to the stable.

Camouflage was not a word the Captain, or anyone else of his time, yet understood.

It was a part of her camouflage trick to sit still in danger.

But then curry-powder will camouflage anything if you use enough.

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