covertness covertness


  • (n) the state of being covert and hidden


  1. For all his reputation for covertness, Nixon's real problem was his inability to conceal the darkly busy workings of his mind--the wheels turning, the eyes darting.
  2. There was no actual covertness.


  • After the 2007 season, Verducci wrote a scathing column for on the team's handling of Torre's departure, writing, "There is blood everywhere on [Randy] Levine and the boys, remnants of a sloppiness and covertness The Boss never knew."
    on Feb 1, 2009 By: Tom Verducci Source: Newsday

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