(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. skin, pelt, coat; leather. See covering. —v. cover, secrete, cloak, veil; dissemble, falsify; hole up; disguise, camouflage.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [Skin of an animal]
Syn. pelt, fell, rawhide, pigskin, chamois, shammy, bearskin, goatskin, jacket, integument, sheepskin, sealskin, snakeskin, alligator skin, calfskin; see also coat 2 , fur , leather , skin .
2. [*Human skin]
Syn. integument, epidermis, pellicle; see skin .
See Synonym Study at skin .
neither hide nor hair,
Syn. nothing whatsoever, no indication, not at all; see nothing .
1. [To conceal]
Syn. conceal, shroud, curtain, veil, camouflage, cover, mask, cloak, keep in ignorance, not give away, ensconce, screen, adumbrate, blot out, reserve, bury, suppress, withhold, keep underground, stifle, tuck away, keep secret, hush up, shield, shade, eclipse, not tell, lock up, confuse, put out of sight, put out of the way, hold back, keep from, secrete, dissemble, smuggle, cache, harbor, overlay, shadow, conceal from sight, keep out of sight, entomb, stow away, protect, couch, block out, obstruct the view of, hoard, store, seclude, closet, inter, put in concealment, hush, darken, obscure, render invisible, wrap, shelter, envelop, throw a veil over, keep in the dark*, keep under one's hat*, seal one's lips*, put the lid on*, plant*, put in lavender*, sink*, salt away*, drop*, dump*; see also censor , disguise .
Ant. expose*, lay bare, uncover.
2. [To keep oneself concealed]
Syn. disguise oneself, change one's identity, cover one's traces, travel incognito, keep out of sight, go underground, lie in ambush, sneak, prowl, hermitize, burrow, skulk, avoid notice, lie in wait, hibernate, be concealed, stand aloof, hold oneself aloof, take refuge in a hiding place, lie low, conceal oneself, lie snug, lie close, rusticate, lie in ambush, lurk, shut oneself up, seclude oneself, lie hidden, keep out of the way, stay in hiding, retire from sight, hide out*, cover up*, duck*, keep shady*, lie hid*, keep in the background*; see also deceive , disappear , sneak .
Syn.- hide , the general word, refers to the putting of something in a place where it will not easily be seen or found [ the view is hidden by the billboard ] ; conceal , a somewhat formal equivalent for hide , more often connotes intent [ to conceal one's face, motives, etc.; ] secrete and cache suggest a careful hiding in a secret place [ they secreted , or cached , the loot in the cellar ] , but cache now often refers merely to a storing for safekeeping [ let's cache our supplies in the cave ] ; bury implies a covering for, or as if for, concealment [ to bury treasure, they were buried in paperwork ]
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) v.
conceal, secrete, cover, *put under wraps, cloak, veil, obscure, lie low, cache, shield, mask, camouflage, disguise, *drop out of sight, *hole up.
ANT.: expose, reveal, show
(Roget's Thesaurus II) verb To punish with blows or lashes: beat, flog, lash, thrash, whip. Informal: trim. Slang: lay into, lick. See ATTACK, REWARD.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) verb 1. To put or keep out of sight: bury, cache, conceal, ensconce, occult, secrete. Slang: plant, stash. See SHOW. 2. To prevent (something) from being known: cloak, conceal, cover (up), enshroud, hush (up), mask, shroud, veil. Idioms: keep under cover, keep under wraps. See SHOW. 3. To conceal in obscurity: obscure, submerge. See SHOW. 4. To cut off from sight: block (out), conceal, obscure, obstruct, screen, shroud, shut off (or out). See SHOW.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun The skin of an animal: fell3, fur, jacket, pelt1. See SURFACE.

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