藏头露尾 [cáng tóu lù wěi]1. show the tail but hide the head -- tell part of the truth but not all of it; give a partial account of; hide the head but show the tail -- hide one part of sth. only to reveal another; utter half and keep back half; not to speak out the truth straightforwardly; conceal the truth of matter
You can't hide away from this level of public anguish, anger and indeed interest.2.
Javert's whole person was expressive of the man who spies and who withdraws himself from observation.3.
"Do no you here have what nonsense an aptitude apt say?"Becoming profitable doesn't favor quite many to like this hide a fashion of dew tail.