The quality or condition of being secret or hidden; concealment.(noun)
The ability or habit of keeping secrets; closeness.(noun)
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Use "secrecy" in a sentence
""Quite why the Bank has to keep its operations so shrouded in secrecy is a mystery to me," said Simon Ward, economist at New Star."
"This exercise in secrecy is part of a Clinton pattern that grows more worrisome all the time."
"Howard Dean criticized the Bush administration for what he called secrecy in awarding oil contracts in Iraq."