ill-disguised


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ill-dis·guised

(ĭl′dĭs-gīzd′)
adj.
Poorly hidden or concealed: ill-disguised animosity.
References in classic literature ?
But, unconsciously to herself, she betrayed her desire to be left alone by impatient glances, ill-disguised, at the pupils who were slow in leaving.
she added, fixing her eyes upon me with ill-disguised anxiety for the reply.
When they met him, with ill-disguised enjoyment they inquired after his wife's health.
He glanced timidly at Avdotya Romanovna, but her proud countenance wore at that moment an expression of such gratitude and friendliness, such complete and unlooked-for respect (in place of the sneering looks and ill-disguised contempt he had expected), that it threw him into greater confusion than if he had been met with abuse.
Celtic " And now for the "neutral" observers who had their say with ill-disguised glee.
However this Ed had been the Secretary of State for Energy for some years, the Liberal Ed (Mr Davey), being the present holder of the office, but apparently relations between him and the PM are a little frozen, due to ill-disguised changes of policy.
As with much else in global affairs, the ill-disguised, ill-serving coup in Cairo has already led to all sorts of explanations with a heavy dose of ingredients of conspiracies.
RAFA BENITEZ treated Neil Warnock's jibes with ill-disguised disdain last night as he refused to rise to the Elland Road bait.
The handshake is typically English, of course, which is why many of the foreign imports respond with ill-disguised indifference.
The two clamber past me, bashing the train seat with their oversized backpacks and their ill-disguised excitement.
In addition to historical ornithological figures, the book is populated with other actual people, both living and dead, whose identity is ill-disguised by fictional names.
Thank God for Ed Sheeran and his ill-disguised disapproval of it.