President Rhee resigned soon thereafter and was secreted out of the country to Hawaii by the American CIA.
Jeanne's body, secreted away, was only later reburied next to his, in Père Lachaise.
Citing two specific studies, the authors suggest that a “high concentration of the virus is secreted on the skin of the dead.”
The anthrax powder is secreted in a small watertight container that easily passes inspection at JFK.
At one of such times he stole two medals, and at another he secreted himself until the doors were locked for the night.
It is not the nutrient fluid, but that which is left over, which is secreted.
Unknown to his attendants at the hospital, among the papers in his despatch-box he had secreted his service revolver.
From the place where I was secreted, I could see to the very end of the room.
Our ammunition, except four cartridges which I had secreted for use in a last emergency, was gone.
She mechanically felt in her bosom where she had secreted it, as she thought, safely.
secrete se·crete (sĭ-krēt')
v. se·cret·ed, se·cret·ing, se·cretes
To generate and separate a substance from cells or bodily fluids.