dissimulate[ dih-sim-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissimulate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSIMULATE
The patriots could not dissimulate the impression they made.
To dissimulate my own share in it, at any rate, I asked him how his mother might be.
Since hearing Marta's story he found it hard to dissimulate with Krell.
Yet each glance said the same, that it was wise to dissimulate and take no offense.
He fronted her, with a quickness he tried to dissimulate, from the other side.
Sartines rose, trying in vain to dissimulate the agitation to which he was a prey.
Of what use would it be to dissimulate with an enemy so well informed as you pretend to be?
The better to dissimulate this beautiful preference, no doubt.
On the contrary, if you knew better how to dissimulate, I should be less happy.
So long as I remain here you will dissimulate your fear and will not take any precautions.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISSIMULATE
- be deceitful
- be hypocritical
- claim falsely
- fake out
- lay claim
- let on
- make out
- pass off
- pass oneself off as
- put on
- put up a front
- shuck and jive