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  • as incovert
  • as inhuggermugger
  • as insecret
  • as intreacherous

synonyms for dissembled

  • hidden
  • surreptitious
  • undercover
  • private
  • privy
  • secret
  • buried
  • camouflaged
  • cloaked
  • concealed
  • disguised
  • furtive
  • hush-hush
  • incog
  • incognito
  • masked
  • obscured
  • on the Q.T.
  • shrouded
  • stealthy
  • sub-rosa
  • ulterior
  • under wraps
  • under-the-table
  • underhand
  • unsuspected
  • veiled
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antonyms for dissembled

MOST RELEVANT
  • open
  • known
  • public
  • revealed
  • unconcealed
  • aboveboard
  • candid
  • frank
  • honest
  • overt
    • certain
    • definite
    • easy
    • friendly
    • honest
    • protected
    • reliable
    • safe
    • secure
    • stable
    • straightforward
    • strong
    • sure
    • uncomplicated
    • forthright
    • harmless
    • loyal
    • true
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    How to use dissembled in a sentence

    "I think you make too sure," Marius replied, and dissembled his misgivings in a short laugh.
    ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
    Who knoweth but she merely has dissembled, And shown a fictious flame to prove thee, Balder!
    THE DEATH OF BALDERJOHANNES EWALD
    But the Duke dissembled and delayed, while Elizabeth, roused at last to her danger, struck quick and hard.
    HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLEJOHN RICHARD GREEN
    In presence of his friends, M. Favoral dissembled, speaking in a mild voice, and assuming a kindly smile.
    OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEYEMILE GABORIAU
    Methley bravely dissembled his pain, for he fancied that the blow was meant to try whether or not the plague were on him.
    EOTHENA. W. KINGLAKE
    She dissembled her disappointment as best she could, seeking excuses.
    THE SALAMANDEROWEN JOHNSON
    "After—after breakfast, I think it was," dissembled Old Captain, lamely.
    THE CINDER PONDCARROLL WATSON RANKIN
    Barty was almost wild with angry pity, but dissembled, for fear of making her worse enemies in her father and stepmother.
    THE MARTIANGEORGE DU MAURIER
    So he dissembled and showed it to Francis as having been sent direct to him out of Flanders.
    MARY TUDOR, QUEEN OF FRANCEMARY CROOM BROWN
    I waited on the mother, and with well dissembled sorrow, told her of the death of her darling boy.
    THE CAVALIERS OF VIRGINIAWILLIAM A. CARUTHERS
    SYNONYM OF THE DAY
    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    WORDS RELATED TO DISSEMBLED

    • buried
    • camouflaged
    • cloaked
    • concealed
    • disguised
    • dissembled
    • furtive
    • hidden
    • hush-hush
    • incog
    • incognito
    • masked
    • obscured
    • on the Q.T.
    • private
    • privy
    • secret
    • shrouded
    • stealthy
    • sub-rosa
    • surreptitious
    • ulterior
    • under wraps
    • under-the-table
    • undercover
    • underhand
    • unsuspected
    • veiled
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.