Masquerade synonyms

măs'kə-rād'

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To pretend to be (a different person), to assume the identity of.
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Archaic form of mask.
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An act is defined as an action or something which is done.
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To cause to be seen; show:
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To expose, or reveal the true character of someone.
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a costume worn as a disguise at a masquerade party
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The definition of a mask is something that conceals or disguises, particularly a covering for the face.
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The act or conduct of an impostor; deception practiced under a false or assumed character; fraud or imposition; cheating.
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To hide or disguise something by covering it up or changing the way it looks.
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Disguise means to change someone or something to hide its identity or true feelings.
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French noble family including Francis of Lorraine, Second Duke of Guise (1519–1563), a military leader who defeated Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and battled the Huguenots. His son Henry of Lorraine, Third Duke of Guise (1550–1588), helped plan the St. Bartholomews' Day massacre of Huguenots in 1572 and was later assassinated by order of Henry III.
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A false reason or motive put forth to hide the real one; excuse
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(Uncountable) Formalwear.
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a party of guests wearing costumes and masks
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An occasion of merrymaking or boisterous festivity; celebration
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A public entertainment consisting typically of a variety of performances by acrobats, clowns, and trained animals.
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Festive proceedings; things done in celebration
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A pretentious or hypocritical show or ceremony.
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An occasion of great festivity and merrymaking.
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A ball at which masks are worn.
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(Physiology) The concealment or screening of one sensory process or sensation by another.
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The quality or state of being pretentious; ostentation:
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To make merry; have fun
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The season just before the beginning of the Roman Catholic season of Lent, when New Orleans has its Mardi Gras carnival.
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The music composed or played for a certain kind of dance or for a particular dance.
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The art or field of entertaining.
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The definition of a party is a gathering of people to have a good time or celebrate an occasion, or a group who do things together or a group of people who share the same political ideals.
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To make oneself appear to do or be doing something; to engage in make-believe.
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(Internet) A text replacement for an IRC user's hostname or IP address, making the user less identifiable.
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The system of color television.
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A substance used to color something.
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(Music) A cover version.
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Disguise (deceptive appearance)
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A deceptive outward appearance
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(Anatomy) The front part of the head, featuring the eyes, nose, and mouth and the surrounding area.
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A deceptive outward appearance
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A kind of paint that dries to a shiny finish.
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A likeness, image, or representation
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A display; a manifestation:
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A piece of light fabric, as of net or gauze, worn, esp. by women, over the face or head or draped from a hat to conceal, protect, or enhance the face
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Any attractive but superficial appearance or display
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(Idiomatic, uncountable) A means of creating a deceptively favourable impression of something or someone; something for appearance only.
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Something, as a novel or play, intended as an elaborate hoax or practical joke on the reader or audience
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The definition of acting is the job of someone in the performing arts who takes on roles in performances like movies or plays.
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Trickery, hoaxing.
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The definition of a simulation is a model or representative example of something.
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To conceal under a false appearance; disguise
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(Intransitive) To practise deception by concealment or omission or by feigning a false appearance.
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To assume an affected attitude; posture.
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To convey property to an heir or heirs:
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To pose is defined as to get into a certain position or to pretend to be someone.
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To assume a bodily or mental posture; esp., to assume an attitude merely for effect; pose
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A display of insincere behavior
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Truth or reality. Used with the.
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