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  • adj. wearing, in, or treated with, camouflage; disguised
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of camouflage.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. made invisible by means of protective coloring


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  • There are Euro companies that specialise in camouflaged cellular masts and antennae, as a sop to people who worry that these eyesores irradiate their children's gonads.

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  • Mrs. Wells smiled faintly at the word camouflaged, for she knew better than anyone else that this supposed story of a dressmaker was really the story of Roberta Vallis herself, thinly disguised.


  • Merchant ships were camouflaged, that is painted in such a way that they could not be easily distinguished at a distance.

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  • The garage is perfectly camouflaged which is the reason for all the odd reactions people have when seeing the movies below. -via Home Designing

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  • The draped and shiny black fabric kind of camouflaged her baby bump, but Zoe pointed out her pregnancy for all of the photographers.

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  • Clinton, he said, "camouflaged" what he was doing while

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  • For example, in his book "The Sorrows Of Empire," historian and former CIA consultant, Chalmers Johnson, said that while both George W. Bush and Bill Clinton wanted to extend their American empires, Clinton better "camouflaged" his intentions while Bush relies on a "might makes right" approach.

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  • The score kind of camouflaged the way the game was played because we had five power plays and the shots were 13-6.

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  • PAULA MILANI, HOME OWNER: My safe room is right here, kind of camouflaged behind a bookcase.

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  • For the fact is that even Professor Schapiro, who has for years taken into account that by the fall of 1917 the Petrograd Bolsheviks had substantial popular support, nonetheless generally depicts the overthrow of the Provisional Government as an effectively "camouflaged" "military coup d'état," divorced from the revolution from below.

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