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dis-simulō āvī, ātus, āre,

to make unlike, disguise: tauro dissimulante deum, concealing the divinity, O.: se, to assume another form, O.: capillos Dissimulant plumae, i. e. take the place of, O.—To dissemble, hide, conceal, keep secret: etsi ea dissimulas, pretend that it is not so, T.: dissimulatus amor, T.: neque dissimulari tantum scelus poterat: rem diutius, Cs.: occultam febrem, H.: gaudia, O.: se scire, etc: quin delecter: de coniuratione, S.: quae rebus sit causa novandis, V.: Ridens dissimulare, pretend not to take my meaning, H.: dissimulant, repress their feelings, V.— To disregard, pass unnoticed, ignore: Aeolia sine supplicio dissimulata, Ta.: conscientiā belli Sacrovir diu dissimulatus, Ta.

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