Poorly hidden or concealed: ill-disguised animosity. (adjective)
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Use "ill-disguised" in a sentence
"So, why, after this ill-disguised bigotry was debunked for the hyper-partisan fraud that it is, WHY is it still getting play on television, radio, and print?"
"Italy, the euro zone's third-largest economy, now drawn into the crisis, is run by a weak prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, viewed with ill-disguised scorn in many euro-zone capitals."
"Pakistan reacted to the news with ill-disguised glee, arguing that the botched investigations and the subsequent confession confirmed its suspicions that India "lacked the courage" to prosecute radical Hindus."