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    #1

    felt pleased but not showed it

    Please check the following sentences.

    1. At first, I looked for a covert to hide myself.
    2. Soon I found a secret closet which was hard to be noticed to conceal.
    3. After a long time, no one detected where I hid.
    4. I felt pleased that I would be the winner of the game, but not showed it.

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    Re: felt pleased but not showed it

    1. I have never heard "covert" used as a noun. It's in the dictionary, but not common. I would say I looked for a place or a way to hide myself.
    2. ... which was hard to notice.
    3. OK
    4. ... but didn't show it.

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