dissemble (v.)
disguise, cloak, give a deceptive appearance to
Per II.v.23[Simonides alone, of his reaction to Thaisa's choice] I must dissemble it
PP.18.28[Pilgrim, advising a lover] too late she will repent / That thus dissembled her delight
PP.18.38[Pilgrim, advising a lover] The wiles and guiles that women work, / Dissembled with an outward show
R3 II.i.8[King Edward to Hastings and Rivers] Dissemble not your hatred
Tit I.i.446[Tamora aside to Saturninus] Dissemble all your griefs
TN IV.ii.4[Feste alone, of his disguise] I will dissemble myself in't
TS IV.iv.42[Baptista to Pedant as Vincentio, of Tranio as Lucentio and Bianca loving each other] Or both dissemble deeply their affections
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