stealth tower
n. A telecommunications tower disguised as a natural object such as a tree, or hidden in a tall structure such as a church steeple or flag pole.

Example Citation:
"Another new tower, for Southwestern Bell, was to be Northwest Arkansas' first camouflaged, or 'stealth,' tower. It was proposed for a churchyard in a northeast Fayetteville neighborhood and would have been hidden in a free-standing, 86-foot steeple with lighted crosses on all four sides."
—Kristal L. Kuykendall, "Look! It's a pine tree, a flag pole ... a cell tower?," The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

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