camouflaged camouflaged  /ˈkæ məf ˌlɑʒd/


  • (adj) made invisible by means of protective coloring


  1. They were hidden, their entrances well camouflaged, in the dense undergrowth of remote valleys often littered with unexploded Israeli ordnance.
  2. First official NATO peacekeeping troops arrive in Sarajevo aboard three camouflaged C-130 transport planes; two Americans are part of this advance contingent.
  3. A platoon of camouflaged figures equipped with rifles, pistols and bulletproof vests creep through manzanita brush with a police dog.


  • Storm Warning

    5:22 p.m. An intoxicated man wearing an orange shirt and camouflaged pants reportedly fell off of his bike on Foys Lake Road. 6:40 p.m. Someone called in asking that a deputy warn those standing on the lake shore that it was dangerous to do so during a lightning storm. The caller was advised that it was their choice to stand wherever they choose during a lightning storm.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Flathead Beacon


  1. "Of course I camouflaged Le Clezio's latest book when I read it," Engdahl said.
    on Oct 10, 2008 By: Horace Engdahl Source: FOXNews

  2. "Anyone with an ounce of regard for the future of this nation will wince at the thinly camouflaged demand of the media for a beauty contest rather than a battle of philosophy, priorities and capability to govern," Senator Santoro said. "The...
    on Mar 27, 2007 By: Santo Santoro Source: The Age

  3. "Hockey is not a sport in Canada. Everyone knows that. It's a religion," Burke said. "It's not going to change. So the coverage we get, while it's excellent, is obscure, camouflaged and often lost. It's different in Canada. First off, there's...
    on May 28, 2007 By: Brian Burke Source: Seattle Times

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