Definition of "concealment"
  1. The act of deliberately hiding information that should be divulged out of moral obligation, possibly leading to cancellation of a contract or a lawsuit for deception
How to use "concealment" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer accused the company of concealment of vital safety information.
  2. Insurance companies may deny claims based on the policyholder's concealment of pre-existing conditions.
  3. In court, the defendant was charged with concealment for withholding critical financial information.

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