Concealment and Scene

Concealment

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Concealment noun – The placing of something out of sight.
Scene is an antonym for concealment.
Nearby Words: conceal, concealed, concealing, concealer
Antonyms for Concealment

Scene

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Scene noun – The place and time in which the action for a portion of a dramatic work (as a movie) is set.
Concealment is an antonym for scene in showing topic.
Nearby Words: scenery, scenic
Antonyms for Scene
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How words are described

good good concealment good scene
full full concealment full scene
great great concealment great scene
little little concealment little scene
Other adjectives: extra.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Die Hard Concealment Equals Cover: Subverted, as one scene has McClane shoot a mook through a table.
  • Extended Disarming The Full Metal Nutball in Feng Shui 2 can never succeed at a Concealment check, which typically leads to a scene like this.
  • A-Team Firing In another scene, Johnny forgets Concealment Equals Cover does not apply and dives behind a haystack, but the Taliban repeatedly miss at short range.
    Source: A-Team Firing
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