They're nothing more than yet another report on the arts, thinly disguised as something else.
It includes references to his former school which is thinly disguised.
They say the restrictions amount to thinly disguised moral screening.
The play seems like a fraternity house party sketch, thinly disguised.
The first four films, made before 1985, are thinly disguised religious proselytizing.
Most of the content is taken from her diaries, polished and thinly disguised.
Other well-known personalities and friends from the author's life also appear thinly disguised in the novel.
In a way the book is a roman a clef, with real Washington figures thinly disguised.
His motive was curiosity, thinly disguised as concern for her wellbeing.
The first barricades, thinly disguised as plant tubs, appeared in front of the main steps.