Definition of "camouflaging" [camouflaging]

  • Present participle of camouflage. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "camouflaging" in a sentence
  • "In early 2009, Obama and his top economic aides faced a fateful choice: either do an honest accounting of the nation's big insolvent banks, like Citigroup; or keep propping them up and collude with the banks in camouflaging just how bad things were -- and still are."
  • "This tendency – which might be called a type of impersonation, a kind of camouflaging of the writer's authority and hence his responsibility – can be seen throughout Ishiguro's work, and goes hand in hand with his most persistent themes: the fear of disorganisation and abandonment; the psychical aftermath of childhood; and the relationship between the institutional and the personal through which these themes are frequently dramatised."
  • "The last thing she had done, before they had slipped away from the Keeper™s apartment the night before, was work a “masking” spell, a kind of camouflaging of her presence."