Concealment in a sentence as a noun

Your exposure nets you little, but gains them so much they want to reprimand you for any concealment.

Some times we're not always looking to please, attempts to be polite can lead to concealment of details that matter.

In addition, they had no furtiveness; it appeared they thought this was something that required no concealment.

That's a very big and sufficient use case, significant enough to warrant making this "concealment card" the norm unless there is a reason not to.

Having done some redesigns of HN to see my own reaction towards the concealment of scores and other elements I have to come out in full support of concealing comment scores.

Identification of a conflict of interest is appropriate, and concealment of a conflict of interest is a problem.

The question isn't whether there are easier ways of producing, but whether the thorium reactor doesn't provide better concealment for producing what would bring unwanted attention when done in the 'easier' way.

Our first\nattempts at implementing a new attack strategy were often visible to the scanner, and reliable concealment was\nmade possible only by iteration and refinement.[...

In the US the offence still exists, but:This offense, however, requires active concealment of a known felony rather than merely failing to report it.[1]In most other English speaking jurisdictions the crime itself has been abolished.

And while providing secure comms as a service is technically still legal, if the feds can demand a combination of trojaning the service and concealment of the subversion from users, then they have effectively banned secure communications in practice, while maintaining the written law as-is.

Concealment definitions


the condition of being concealed or hidden

See also: privacy privateness secrecy


a covering that serves to conceal or shelter something; "a screen of trees afforded privacy"; "under cover of darkness"; "the brush provided a covert for game"; "the simplest concealment is to match perfectly the color of the background"

See also: screen cover covert


the activity of keeping something secret

See also: concealing hiding