Pronunciation of Dissemble
/d_ɪ_s_ˈɛ_m_b_əl/, /dɪsˈɛmbə͡l/, /dɪsˈɛmbəl/
Antonyms for dissemble:
calls in, forgather, Parcelled, pouring in, make scene, flocked together, pours in, manifest, parceling, bunches up, get hold of, closing with, raise, convene, scrapes together, drawing in, parcelling, made scene, congressed, stacks up, pour in, disinter, re-unites, make the scene, be honest, called in, bunched up, lay open, re-uniting, confess, re uniting, scaring up, gets hold of, gather, flocking together, stacking up, draw in, tell, unveil, making scene, gat hold of, made the scene, hang out, open, crowding around, came together, stacked up, re-unite, bunch up, make known, forgathers, calling in, let out, scraped together, betray, holding meeting, drew in, admit, crowd around, cluster, packaged, promulgate, sat, congressing, forgathered, discover, advertise, crowds around, re unite, unmask, coming together, poured in, getting hold of, packaging, crowded around, re unites, exhibit, closed with, hold meeting, ganging around, gangs up, exhume, forgathering, get together, gang up, piled up, got hold of, lay bare, ganging up, stack up, avow, scared up, closes with, scare up, re united, uncover, ganged around, re-united, call in, bunching up, held meeting, Parceled, publish, scares up, gotten hold of, divulge, scrape together, ganged up, disclose, flock together, Massing, collect, piles up, gangs around, sit, draws in, Thronging, holds meeting, allow, come together, pile up, makes scene, close with, reveal, makes the scene, scraping together, expose, comes together, show, flocks together, tell truth, gang around.
Usage examples for dissemble:
- As a boy he had been violent and impetuous, yet always loyal: but before he was twenty he became suspicious and mistrustful; in his weakness he made craft and perfidy his weapons, practising to compose his face, to feign forgetfulness of injury till the moment of vengeance; he learned to dissemble so that none could tell his mind, and treated no courtiers with greater favour than those upon whose death he had already determined. - "The Land of The Blessed Virgin; Sketches and Impressions in Andalusia", William Somerset Maugham.
- " I am not accustomed to dissemble my beliefs," said Austen, gravely. - "The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill", Winston Churchill.
- I beg your pardon, sir, but I must be free on this occasion, and tell you at once, that I can no longer dissemble the honest passion that fills my heart for another woman. - "The Man Of The World (1792)", Charles Macklin.