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Definition of "cloaking" [cloak•ing]

  • Present participle of cloak. (verb)
  • The act of covering with a cloak; concealment. (noun)
  • The material from which of which cloaks are made. (noun)

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Use "cloaking" in a sentence
  • "President Lobo persists in cloaking his repressive military-led rule by calling it a "government of national reconciliation.""
  • "Such identity as they do possess is invariably generated by the role they play in cloaking abstractions; and these, which tend to vary according to whichever fragment of papyrus or pyramid text is being quoted, rarely make for gripping narrative."
  • "As a result, detecting cloaking is a common problem for search engines."