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in- +‎ concealable


inconcealable (comparative more inconcealable, superlative most inconcealable)

  1. Not concealable.
    • Sir Thomas Browne
      For the inconcealable imperfections of ourselves, or their daily examples in others, will hourly prompt us our corruption, and loudly tell us we are the sons of earth.

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