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camouflaged

ka muhf lozhd

  • v  disguise by camouflaging; exploit the natural surroundings to disguise something
    The troops camouflaged themselves before they went into enemy territory
  • s  made invisible by means of protective coloring

  • They were hidden, their entrances well camouflaged, in the dense undergrowth of remote valleys often littered with unexploded Israeli ordnance.
  • In countries less practical than Holland it is common for people suffering in their last stages to be quietly overdosed with painkillers, the act camouflaged by the nicety that .
  • First official NATO peacekeeping troops arrive in Sarajevo aboard three camouflaged C-130 transport planes; two Americans are part of this advance contingent.
News & Articles

  • 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.
    June 21, 2013 - Flathead Beacon
Quotes

  • Horace Engdahl in FOXNews
    Of course I camouflaged Le Clezio's latest book when I read it,Engdahl said.
  • Santo Santoro in The Age
    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...
  • Brian Burke in Seattle Times
    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...

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