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1, Greatest genius often lies concealed.
2, The listening device was concealed in a pen.
3, He waited with barely concealed impatience.
4, His unassuming manner concealed an iron will.
5, The trees concealed me from view.
6, He concealed the key inside his tie.
7, Reynolds has never concealed his ambition to be the top dog.
8, Everyone has his inherent power, which is easily concealed by habits, blurred by time, and eroded by laziness.
9, The shadows concealed her as she crept up to the house.
10, From a concealed vantage point, he saw a car arrive.
11, Concealed by a forbidding row of security guards,(http://sentencedict.com/concealed.html) the pop-star left the building.
12, He was carrying a concealed weapon.
13, There's a concealed entrance just round the corner.
14, Her manner concealed quiet resentment.
15, The path was concealed by long grass.
16, He concealed the sweets in his pocket.
17, Concealed video cameras scan every part of the compound.
18, The wiring was concealed behind a false panel.
19, Customs officers found a gun concealed about his person.
20, The murder weapon was found concealed in undergrowth.
21, Her brusque manner concealed a caring nature.
22, Five people were arrested for carrying concealed weapons.
23, Her brave smile concealed a deep hurt.
24, He concealed the truth from her.
25, Simon's vague manner concealed an acute mind.
26, Her saintly manner concealed a devious mind.
27, The room had concealed lighting.
28, It was said that the police concealed vital evidence.
29, An outward show of confidence concealed his nervousness.
30, His veneer of politeness concealed a ruthless determination.
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