noun as in concealment
The U.S. wants to keep its $55 billion bomber program under tight wraps.
Especially with casting, those things are hard to keep under wraps.
EDINBURGH — Every actor can recall their worst review; but most try to keep them under wraps.
But it was good that it was kept under wraps, because it made it so much more shocking.
And he has just the idea: a radical new video service, the details of which he's smartly keeping under wraps.
When a leaf is so young that it wraps itself around the main stalk it's useless to try to turn it over.
When the party was complete they bundled into their wraps again and piled into the machines.
And, by the way, there is little danger of being supplied with too many clothes and wraps when motoring in Britain.
The envelope of air wraps the earth completely about, and, though varying in thickness, is everywhere present over its surface.
At no time in the summer were we able to dispense for any length of time with heavy wraps and robes while on the road.
On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wraps, such as: beard, blind, camouflage, cover, covering, and cover-up.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.