Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not transparent; opaque: literally or figuratively.
- adj. Not transparent.
“It's terrifying when senior officials do "untransparent" deals ... whether it's financing off-shore drilling or awarding defense contracts to companies the officials 'have large stakes in, it's all very scary ...”
“It scares me to wonder how many "untransparent" deals this administration is involved in.”
“The payments used "hidden or at least untransparent means" and involved the intervention of Lavitola, it added.”
“This has been an entirely untransparent process and in the interests of the American public who reject this reform by large majorities, it's quite appropriate for Republicans to vote no.”
“He called the vote " illegitimate, undemocratic, untransparent and not free, " the AP said.”
“It was great to see Hillary fighting against George W. 's very untransparent efforts to take us to war against Iraq in 2002-2003.”
“And to an unregulated, untransparent futures market.”
“Chairman Rockefeller cited a GAO report calling the FCC the most untransparent, secretive agency with closed hearings.”
“Besdes, someone has to, finally, bring the rather untransparent Hank Paulson into the light of day.”
“In a petition against the bill, German civil liberties groups call it "untransparent and uncontrollable, since the 'block lists' cannot be inspected, nor are the criteria for putting a Web site on the list properly defined.”
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