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Hiding one s feelings or motives is A. Depositions B. Dissembling C. Beguile D. Blasphemy
Hiding one's feelings or motives is: dissembling.
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User: Hiding one s feelings or motives is A. Depositions B. Dissembling C. Beguile D. Blasphemy

Weegy: C. Deposition
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