from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of secret.
- v. Present participle of secrete.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In furriery, same as secretage.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Yet in secreting this booty, the saint incurred an excommunication, and perhaps broke his oath.
And the idea of secreting Charlotte in a Porsche is absurd.
On another channel, this guy kept talking about someone "secreting" the girl's body in the building.
I'm a secretary, so I've been "secreting" (is that what seceretaries do?) for, like, 10 hours today.
December 16th, in the consistory of St. Paul's bishop Bonner, after laying some trifling accusations to his charge such as secreting powder to make ink, writing some private letters, &c. proceeded to pass the awful sentence upon him, after he and the other bishops had urged him by every inducement to recant.
The coral insect is a small creature of the sea which has been gifted with the power of "secreting" or depositing a lime-like substance, with which it builds to itself a little cell or habitation.
They have assembled different types of genetically engineered cells into synthetic microtissues that can perform functions such as secreting and responding to hormones, promising more complex biological capabilities than a single cell alone could produce.
Of course, they also began secreting their corrosive fluids.
It was with them in mind that I first started putting together the components of this recipe, and then as a nod to the traditional recipe secreting a ribbon of jam away inside the depths of each rich, dense loaf.
I could appreciate your attitutude if I was secreting cameras in toilets.
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