Pronunciation: (klōk), [key]
1. a loose outer garment, as a cape or coat.
2. something that covers or conceals; disguise; pretense: He conducts his affairs under a cloak of secrecy.
1. to cover with or as if with a cloak: She arrived at the opera cloaked in green velvet.
2. to hide; conceal: The mission was cloaked in mystery.
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