Definition of secrete :
1. To deposit in a place of hiding; to hide; to conceal; as, to secrete stolen goods; to secrete one's self.
2. To separate from the blood and elaborate by the process of secretion; to elaborate and emit as a secretion. See Secretion.
resign, mask, bury, unblock, unfreeze, publish, liberate, unloosen, stow, issue from, screen, unloose, dissemble, conceal, tuck away, ensconce, occult, loose, veil, seclude, put out, spill, give up, store away, release, show, relinquish, garage, let go of, issue, expel, put away, give out, stash, cover, sweat, inter, disguise, cloak, stream, hide, slip, plant, cache, suppress, turn, tuck, let go, free, entomb, bring out, generate, beam, overwhelm, swelter, give off, send out
discharge (part of speech: verb)
reject (part of speech: verb)
discard, oppugn, clip, disclaim, snip, blacklist, vomit, curtail, ejaculate, eject, shed, discharge, abandon, seep, exclude, cut, exude, chop, check, emit, cull, jilt, blackball, excrete, reject, excise, disapprove, shear, crop, exhaust, lop, drain, belch, disgorge, erupt, scrap, deep-six, evacuate, jettison, vent, deny, trash, disallow, bar, junk, eliminate, spew
- The robin used to secrete himself in a bush and watch this anxiously, his head tilted first on one side and then on the other. - "The Secret Garden", Frances Hodgson Burnett.
- There were only six in the herd, and even at the distance our voyageurs could tell that they were all bucks, for it was the season when the does secrete themselves in the woods and thickets to bring forth their young. - "Popular Adventure Tales", Mayne Reid.
- And Beatriz can contrive to secrete herself in the confessional at the hour of the night prayers? - "Calderon The Courtier A Tale", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.