guise[ gahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF guise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUISE
For the time, fear had been routed by growth, while growth had assumed the guise of curiosity.
The shepherds assume the guise of gentleness and simplicity.
His first visit to the Morton apartment that day had been in the guise of a workman.
The Indians, under the guise of peace, were plotting a general massacre.
For the first time, he saw the woman whom he had loved, in her rightful woman's guise.
An evil thought in the guise of a pious one took possession of Philip.
Are you sure this man who came in the guise of an ape is safe?
The victims were invited under the guise of friendship to Paris.
Henry of Guise was the available candidate for the Catholics.
The great question had come; not in the guise of a loaf of bread, but this.