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 for concealed
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Conceal \Con*ceal"\ (k[o^]n*s[=e]l"), v. t. [imp. & p. p.
     Concealed (k[o^]n*s[=e]ld"); p. pr. & vb. n. Concealing.]
     [OF. conceler, L. concelare; con- + celareto hide; akin to
     AS. helan, G. hehlen, E. hele (to cover), helmet. See Hell,
     To hide or withdraw from observation; to cover; to cover or
     keep from sight; to prevent the discovery of; to withhold
     knowledge of.
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           It is the glory of God to conceal a thing. --Prov. xxv.
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           Declare ye among the nations, . . . publish and conceal
           not.                                     --Jer. l. 2.
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           He which finds him shall deserve our thanks, . . .
           He that conceals him, death.             --Shak.
     Syn: To hide; secrete; screen; cover; disguise; dissemble;
          mask; veil; cloak; screen.
     Usage: To Conceal, Hide, Disguise, Dissemble,
            Secrete. To hide is the generic term, which embraces
            all the rest. To conceal is simply not make known what
            we wish to keep secret. In the Bible hide often has
            the specific meaning of conceal. See --1 Sam. iii. 17,
            18. To disguise or dissemble is to conceal by assuming
            some false appearance. To secrete is to hide in some
            place of secrecy. A man may conceal facts, disguise
            his sentiments, dissemble his feelings, secrete stolen
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                  Bur double griefs afflict concealing hearts.
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                  Both dissemble deeply their affections. --Shak.
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                  We have in these words a primary sense, which
                  reveals a future state, and a secondary sense,
                  which hides and secretes it.      --Warburton.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Concealed \Con*cealed"\, a.
     Hidden; kept from sight; secreted. -- Con*ceal"ed*ly, adv.
     -- Con*ceal"ed*ness, n.
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     Concealed weapons (Law), dangerous weapons so carried on
        the person as to be knowingly or willfully concealed from
        sight, -- a practice forbidden by statute.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

      adj 1: not accessible to view; "concealed (or hidden) damage";
             "in stormy weather the stars are out of sight" [syn:
             concealed, hidden, out of sight]
      2: hidden on any grounds for any motive; "a concealed weapon";
         "a concealed compartment in his briefcase" [ant:

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  94 Moby Thesaurus words for "concealed":
     abstruse, arcane, beclouded, behind the curtain, behind the scenes,
     blind, buried, cabalistic, camouflaged, censored, classified,
     close, closed, clouded, covered, covert, cryptic, dark, disguised,
     eclipsed, enigmatic, esoteric, guarded, hermetic, hid, hidden,
     hush-hush, imperceptible, in a cloud, in a fog, in eclipse,
     in purdah, in the wings, incommunicado, indiscernible, insensible,
     invisible, latent, mysterious, obfuscated, obscure, obscured,
     occult, out of sight, privy, recondite, restricted, secluded,
     secluse, secret, sequestered, shrouded, sightless, smothered,
     stifled, submerged, suppressed, top secret, ulterior, unapparent,
     unbeheld, unbeholdable, unbreatheable, under an eclipse,
     under cover, under house arrest, under security, under wraps,
     underground, undiscernible, undisclosable, undisclosed,
     undivulgable, undivulged, unknown, unnoticed, unobserved,
     unperceivable, unperceived, unrealized, unrevealable, unrevealed,
     unseeable, unseen, unspoken, untellable, untold, unutterable,
     unuttered, unviewed, unwhisperable, unwitnessed, viewless,
     wrapped in clouds

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