secret
[si:krɪt]

adjective,noun

[Definition]: thing remains unknown; hidden from others

[Example Sentences]:
1. That means the document could remain secret until at least 2028.
2. Because of declassification rules, that means the document could remain secret until at least 2028.
3. The document remains classified as top secret, with a declassification date of October 16,2037.
4. He was asked if he understood that this was a secret mission.
5. This was no secret in the months leading up to the accident.
6. He also stopped trying to keep his secret life a secret.
7. To act as if this was some secret is just absolutely absurd.
8. The Justice Department allows companies to disclose the number of secret data demands in ranges.
9. The fighters declined to say what they were doing, other than it was a secret operation.
10. It is possible to make contact with the secret source, of life of the most high.
11. The tags themselves can be secret in addition to the files they describe.
12. This allows attackers with a secret password to log in as any user.
13. An easier option to keep your passwords safe and secret is to get a password manager.
14. YouTube and Facebook have made no secret of their desire for television advertising funds.
15. Messages will only be kept secret if both users have the updated versions.


[Antonyms]overt, public

[Synonyms]clandestine, confidential, esoteric, furtive, latent
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