dissimulation

[ dih-sim-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissimulation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSIMULATION

Whatever have been his errors, he never stooped to dissimulation.

I hope you do not accuse me of lying or of any other dissimulation.

She therefore has to be more skillful in the art of dissimulation.

If my doubts are well founded, he must be an adept in the art of dissimulation.

Dreadful limits are set in nature to the powers of dissimulation.

Here again the dissimulation was as effective as it was simple.

Hence a whole world of falsehood and dissimulation was fostered.

They were dark and secret in their behaviour, and practised guile and dissimulation.

Oh, I know you have plenty of authority for your dissimulation.

The canon, experienced though he was in dissimulation, could not conceal his joy.

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