- FasgiaumasqueradedCaniatáu'r hollffugio
Noun(1) a party of guests wearing costumes and masks(2) a costume worn as a disguise at a masquerade party(3) making a false outward show
Verb(1) take part in a masquerade(2) pretend to be someone or something that you are not
(1) The film explores this realm through a complex narrative use of masks and masquerade .(2) I doubt he could have kept up the masquerade for long(3) Here is combined a long deep legacy of dress-up for masquerade , for carnival, for possession by the Gods combined with personal creativity and ingenuity.(4) his masquerade ended when he was arrested(5) There are some journalists and war reporters who, despite years of experience, are very opinionated and whose masquerade of objectivity is easy to see through.(6) Some drawings are barely colored at all, others more fully, but one invariably feels that the artist is engaged in a masquerade of his own, pretending to be a child grown impatient with rules.(7) This reverse process can make these viewers unknowingly complicit with their own duping through artfully crafted masquerade .(8) Traditional African masquerade , dating back to the era before emancipation, used rags, paint, and spears to portray an image of a miserable, uncivilised past.(9) I can't believe that you managed to get him to escort you to this masquerade .(10) Rather, it presented and discussed children's masquerade in Africa, a subject little explored but much witnessed by scholars studying African cultures.(11) The mainly young protesters, many in their teens, defied the security forces' assaults and chanted slogans against the upcoming presidential elections, calling it a masquerade .(12) This belief makes each of the parties put up the masquerade up to the very end in the hope that once the prize is won, they would be able to jettison the other parties.(13) This distance functions like a mask or masquerade , revealing more than it hides.(14) Someone call the Washington Times and alert them to this sly wolfish masquerade !(15) Subsequently, the duke joins in on the masquerade , play-acting the threat of sexual violence - a rehearsal for his actions later in the film.(16) It is a site devoted to this musical masquerade .
(1) masquerade ball :: ffugio bêl
1. masked ball ::
2. pretense ::
3. fancy dress ::
4. masque ::
5. pretend to be ::
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Different Formsmasquerade, masqueraded, masquerades, masquerading
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