What is the opposite of uncover?

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Opposite of to remove a cover or covering from
“He put the large blanket over the aging wooden barrel to cover the fugitive he was harboring.”
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Opposite of to discover or come across something
“Finding the right place to hide a time capsule was often more difficult than deciding what to put in it.”
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Opposite of to reveal or disclose a fact or information
“They look for information that they want to hear, and they try to disprove or suppress information they don't want to hear.”
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Opposite of to expose or reveal the true nature or character of
“She had a natural sense of humor, and she had learned to smile quickly and often, to mask her true feelings.”
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Opposite of to discover something, either by chance or intention
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Opposite of to discover or locate something, either by chance or intention
“To misplace a presidential badge of office for a couple of days may be unfortunate.”
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Opposite of to remove or take off, especially one's clothing
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Opposite of to discover, especially something valuable through effort
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Opposite of to give an account of
“Stay awhile and listen!”
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Opposite of to put on the market
“Following some much-publicized issues, the company has decided to abort its plans to release a new version of their app.”
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(of a container or package) Opposite of to unwrap
“I don't particularly like to wrap presents, but I just happen to be very good at it.”
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(idiomatic) Opposite of to invent, create, or think of
“We would miss many great opportunities as we were not paying attention.”
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Opposite of to uncover or remove from a burial place
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Opposite of to ascertain through analysis or investigation
“The detectives would disprove that Steven was innocent after finding traces of the victim's DNA on his premises.”
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Opposite of to reveal something secret or confidential by talking carelessly
“Despite the repeated physical beating, he would remain steadfast and keep quiet.”
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Opposite of 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.”
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