charade

[ shuh-reyd; especially British shuh-rahd ]SEE DEFINITION OF charade

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARADE

He looked on hopelessly, as you look at a charade of which you have not got the key.

And yet people do not get hanged or run through the body for the sake of a charade.

Nancy, who was an inevitable member of the charade, was to be on Tom's side.

It was, he guessed, because of the too tender passage in the charade.

So, one by one, all her nice games were abandoned and only the charade is left.

Mary was to be one of the charade captains and Tom Reynolds the other.

He says he's got a charade, and Milburd will dress up too, and we'll have it before the Lecture.

It was with these that we began, but little by little the word of the charade disappeared.

The audience was already applauding the end of the first charade.

In the evening he proposed that his son and daughter and I should act a charade.

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