(contronyms or words which have definitions that are self-antonyms; that is, which have two meanings that are the opposites of each other)
Cells, glands, and organs secrete chemical substances (enzymes or hormones) which are needed for physical processes in various parts of the body.2. To put something in a hidden or secret place: Mike was keeping his assets secreted in a foreign bank account.
Delores was secreting her savings in a special safe-deposit box in her local bank for greater security instead of at home.3. Etymology, origin: from Latin secernere, "to set apart, to separate, to hide".