to make invisible or undetectable, esp. by means of a cloaking device n.
It amused her that a people who had attained warpflight and who had learned how to cloak something the size of a battlecruiser still couldn’t buy meat and vegetables without haggling like the feudal societies she had studied in college.
Fire burn it, we can build a device that can cloak a whole starship, but we can’t find a way to keep people’s hands from sweating.
I don’t think so, Captain. It was almost as if the humanoid cloaked.
‘Perhaps we should cloak,’ suggested Maian. ‘No. The time for stealth is over,’ she retorted.
any evidence 1984
We would like further cites of any date from other authors, particularly from non-Star Trek related books.
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