unconcealable

unconcealable

(ˌʌnkənˈsiːləbəl)
adj
not able to be hidden or concealed
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Moreover, it points towards a process of fracture and division between unconcealable spatialities which Benevolo identifies as a marking character of Rome's urban form at this moment in time.
All that would be required to ban a cartridge is for one manufacturer to build a single-shot handgun, even something as unconcealable as a Thompson/Center pistol, and suddenly that ammo is unlawful, even if all you have is a lever-action rifle for it.
(26) This new, comprehensive procedure made foreskin stretching impossible and returned circumcision to its prior status, the unmistakable and now unconcealable mark of a Jewish man.
Designated as "visible minority" in Canada, Asian diasporans bear an unconcealable mark of foreignness: My black hair is a dark beast's mane framing a face etched in rain (I defy your expectation No, not pain) yes, rain) it washes away the expression: Aha!
Baldwin has played characters like this before, notably in "Glengarry Glen Ross," but this has to stand as his most fully wrought portrait of unconcealable viciousness.
Although the Deringer pistol was somewhat limited by its single-shot capacity, its light weight and small size gave it a distinct advantage over bulkier, unconcealable alternatives, and the limitations of its firing capacity could be circumvented by carrying two pistols, which were sold as pairs for approximately $22 to $25 during that time period.