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maskings

See definition of maskings on Dictionary.com
  • as inmasquerade
  • as inpretending
  • as incamouflage
  • as incover-up

synonyms for maskings

  • carnival
  • circus
  • cloak
  • color
  • costume
  • cover
  • cover-up
  • deception
  • dissimulation
  • domino
  • facade
  • festivity
  • front
  • guise
  • impersonation
  • imposture
  • mask
  • masking
  • mummery
  • personation
  • pose
  • pretense
  • put on
  • revel
  • screen
  • show
  • subterfuge
  • veil
  • Mardi Gras
  • costume ball
  • masked ball
  • acting
  • bluffing
  • cheating
  • concealment
  • counterfeiting
  • covering
  • dissembling
  • dissimulation
  • masking
  • pretense
  • simulation
  • cloak
  • disguise
  • mask
  • veil
  • beard
  • blind
  • concealment
  • cover
  • deceit
  • dissimulation
  • faking
  • front
  • guise
  • masking
  • masquerade
  • mimicry
  • paint
  • screen
  • shade
  • shroud
  • smokescreen
  • coverup
  • deceptive marking
  • false appearance
  • plain brown wrapper
  • protective coloring
  • red herring
  • complicity
  • conspiracy
  • evasion
  • burial
  • camouflage
  • concealment
  • dissimulation
  • front
  • masking
  • pretense
  • whitewash
  • closeting
  • hush-up
  • placing under wraps
  • seal of secrecy
  • smokescreen
  • veil of secrecy

antonyms for maskings

MOST RELEVANT
  • honesty
  • openness
  • reality
  • truth
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        How to use maskings in a sentence

        Lies are assigned mainly to words; but there are lies which are visual (deceptions, maskings, illusions, etc.).
        CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGYHANS GROSS
        Methought I could trace the cut of his sacerdotal maskings, even afar off.
        THE INFIDEL, VOL. II.ROBERT MONTGOMERY BIRD
        But she retired to her ladies before the revels, maskings, and disguisings began.
        CHRISTMAS: ITS ORIGIN AND ASSOCIATIONSWILLIAM FRANCIS DAWSON
        Accounts of such maskings are to be found in innumerable books of travel.
        CHRISTMAS IN RITUAL AND TRADITION, CHRISTIAN AND PAGANCLEMENT A. MILES
        It is fitting that you go; for I like not these lies and maskings, and I may spoil the mummery without you at my elbow.
        IN THE DAYS OF GIANTSABBIE FARWELL BROWN
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        OCTOBER 26, 1985
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