verb (used with object), cam·ou·flaged, cam·ou·flag·ing.
verb (used without object), cam·ou·flaged, cam·ou·flag·ing.
Origin of camouflage
Examples from the Web for camouflage
Then, from a pocket inside his camouflage top, he pulled a hidden stainless steel flask.
With an Eastern European accent he spoke Arabic, and I noticed his camouflage Army pants were a Russian pattern.
They looked younger now than when weighed down in camouflage, flak jackets and helmets.
“By 2013, I had accepted my role as the… camouflage,” Williams said in an interview with W magazine.
He began buttoning his camouflage top, but sat back down next to her.Short Stories from The Daily Beast: Four Hundred Grand|Elliot Ackerman|July 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Camouflage is going to be in every field officer's lexicon from this day on.Frigid Fracas|Dallas McCord Reynolds
The thrill was in the passing show, and later in the "camouflage."Everyman's Land|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
Bartle was straining to follow the train of thought that was lost in the camouflage of Pettigill's flowery phraseology.Tape Jockey|Tom Leahy
The art of concealment or camouflage is one of the newest and most highly developed techniques of modern warfare.The Human Side of Animals|Royal Dixon
This was painted in broken patches of color, much as artillery was painted in camouflage.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell