camouflaged

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The Ranger who had been camouflaged as a clergyman stooped to examine the driver.

No doors or portals in sight; they might be camouflaged, or behind those hangings.

Marris brought down his tanks into St Julien and camouflaged them in the ruins.

They camouflaged what otherwise would have been disgraceful sloth.

The pit was camouflaged, looked like a mound of trash beside the trail.

They are all camouflaged, mottled and streaked in green and brown.

Also its fire might be camouflaged by a salvo from a protecting battery.

Ugliness and dirt are camouflaged by the clean top of everything.

Not far off was a huge 'camouflaged' aerodrome and a village of hangars.

The others, undoubtedly, were camouflaged just as his detachment was.

WORD ORIGIN

1917, noun, verb, and adjective, from French camoufler, Parisian slang, "to disguise," from Italian camuffare "to disguise," of uncertain origin, perhaps a contraction of capo muffare "to muffle the head." Probably altered by influence of French camouflet "puff of smoke," on the notion of "blow smoke in someone's face." The British navy in World War I called it dazzle-painting.

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