Definition of Camouflaging

1. Verb. (present participle of camouflage) ¹



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Definition of Camouflaging

1. camouflage [v] - See also: camouflage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Camouflaging

camorrist
camorrista
camorristi
camorrists
camos
camosh
camote
camotes
camouflage
camouflageable
camouflaged
camouflager
camouflagers
camouflages
camouflagic
camouflaging (current term)
camouflanguage
camouflet
camouflets
camously
camp-made
camp bed
camp beds
camp chair
camp down
camp fever
camp followers
camp hospital
camp meeting

Literary usage of Camouflaging

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1. The New Knowledge Library: Science, Invention, Discovery, Progress by Emory Adams Allen (1919)
"MADE camouflaging A NECESSITY. To guard against this ability of scouting ... The art of camouflaging. Nature has been camouflaging her animals for ages, ..."

2. State Laws and Ordinances on Firearms by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"() As used in this section, a "camouflaging firearm container" means a centaine which ... "camouflaging firearm container" does not include any camouflaging ..."

3. Rheims and the Battles for Its Possession by Pneu Michelin (Firm) (1919)
"The road rises towards the Mountain of Rheims. Of the camouflaging seen in above photograph, only traces remain. Shortly after, the tourist passes between ..."

4. The Glory of the Coming: What Mine Eyes Have Seen of Americans in Action in by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb (1918)
"Master of theatrical trick and device that he is, none the less David Belasco could learn lessons at our camouflaging plant. He probably would feel quite at ..."

5. The Non-sense of Christian Science by Albert Clarke Wyckoff (1921)
"of Science and Health will be found to have remedied the defect, by skillfully camouflaging the offensive point so that it, like all the others, ..."

6. Our Revolution: Essays on Working-class and International Revolution, 1904-1917 by Leon Trotsky (1918)
"Many an amazing comment has been made in the American press on the Jew Bronstein "camouflaging" under a Russian name, Trotzky. It seems to be little known ..."

7. Facts for Patriots by Clyde Davis Connelly (1919)
"camouflaging trenches and breastworks in the Civil War was done with ... The airplane, which has made camouflaging so necessary, wasn't thought of then. ..."

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