Thesaurus / masquerade

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She also came to a masquerade at the Temple, in the costume of a City lady.

Old and New LondonWalter Thornbury

Which means that you must carry on the masquerade till then?

The Recess was not a masquerade, but the plot and characters slightly picture the reign of Elizabeth.

"I masquerade as Sir Hubert Pine," retorted the millionaire, slipping off the stone to sprawl full-length on the grass.

Red MoneyFergus Hume

"So this going about as a mountebank is only a masquerade," she said, with a touch of scorn.

The Belovd VagabondWilliam J. Locke

Beshrew me, Wolf, if men will not think that you are going on a masquerade when they see you thus attired in our peaceful hall.

What will the world say if I am seen at the masquerade, so short a time after—my calamity?

Money paid for masquerade dresses when the king was at Calais in November, 1532.

Accordingly, the masquerade, and the dances performed yesterday, begin at daybreak.

In it Miss Carrington looked like one attired for a masquerade.

The Curved BladesCarolyn Wells

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