dissimulate

[v] - hide from others, as of feelings
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Dissimulate

Dis·sim'u·late adjective [ Latin dissimulatus , past participle of dissimulare . See Dissemble .] Feigning; simulating; pretending. [ Obsolete] Henryson.
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dissimulate

verb hide (feelings) from other people
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Dissimulate

• (v. i.) To dissemble; to feign; to pretend. • (a.) Feigning; simulating; pretending.
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dissimulate

dissimulate 1. To disguise, or to hide, true feelings, thoughts, or intentions from other people. 2. To disguise one's intentions, for example, under a feigned appearance. 3. To conceal one's true motives, thoughts, etc., by some pretense; that is, to speak, or to act, hypocritically.
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dissimulate

hide feelings from other people
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dissimulate

to pretend; to feign; to fake
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dissimulate

hide feelings from other people
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dissimulate

hide feelings from other people
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