What is the opposite of exposed?

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Adjective
Opposite of bare or exposed without a covering or protection
“He was still glancing across Geena's body, his eyes flitting again and again to her covered wound.”
Adjective
Opposite of susceptible to being attacked or compromised
“Mobile phones are not immune from cyber attacks, but many users seem to think they are and neglect to take precautions.”
Adjective
Opposite of dangerous or full of peril
Adjective
Opposite of which may be attacked
Adjective
Opposite of bare or exposed due to a lack of clothing
Adjective
Opposite of unable to defend oneself or to act without help
Adjective
Opposite of susceptible to being attacked or compromised
“Most retailers move data off their Internet server after receiving it so it will be inaccessible to hackers.”
Adjective
Opposite of having, or consisting of, wide and open spaces
“Smoking in any enclosed public area is banned within this section.”
Adjective
Opposite of not covered
“They found the covered baby and quickly brought him inside.”
Adjective
Opposite of done, perceived, or existing in open view
“The President called and said that he wanted to speak to me about a secret matter.”
Adjective
Opposite of clearly perceptible or self-explanatory
“Vision of the elusive bigfoot was unclear and inconclusive.”
Adjective
Opposite of having lost respect or credibility
Adjective
Opposite of without the appropriate, usual, or natural covering
“The gullying is seen as numerous, parallel grooves extending from the base of the snow-covered hollows.”
Adjective
Opposite of in or into a position where one is not joined or supported by anyone else
Adjective
Opposite of on the outside
Adjective
Opposite of unsuitable for, or inconducive to, growing crops or vegetation
Verb
Opposite of to have discovered something either by chance or intention
“It was unfortunate that I misplaced a presidential badge of office for a couple of days.”
Verb
Opposite of to have come upon after searching, study, or effort
“She hid all evidence of her crime.”
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(archaic) Opposite of to have revealed (information)
“Clark Kent concealed his identity, even to Lois Lane.”
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Opposite of to have demonstrated to be true based on facts
“Steven's defense disproved the evidence brought forward by the prosecutors.”
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Opposite of to have proven or demonstrated
“Thus far, we have only theorized that the two elements will form a combustible compound when amalgamated.”
Verb
Opposite of to have been visible or seen
“Now that you are wearing your wig, your bald spot has disappeared.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to discredit or ridicule something through the exposing of facts or information
“I support their theory that the traits are likely influenced by a long history of genetic and cultural trends that maintained and encouraged these seemingly ubiquitous characteristics.”
Verb
(expose to) Opposite of past tense for to cause to be vulnerable or at risk
“The railings were put in place to protect visitors from falling headlong down the steep concrete steps.”
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