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See definition of masquerader on Dictionary.com
  • as incheat
  • as insharper
  • as intartuffe
  • as invictimizer
  • as inhypocrite
  • as inimpostor

synonyms for masquerader

  • charlatan
  • con artist
  • crook
  • hypocrite
  • impostor
  • rascal
  • rogue
  • swindler
  • trickster
  • bluff
  • chiseler
  • deceiver
  • decoy
  • defrauder
  • dodger
  • double-crosser
  • double-dealer
  • fake
  • jockey
  • pretender
  • quack
  • scammer
  • shark
  • sharper
  • shyster
  • confidence operator
  • conniver
  • cozener
  • enticer
  • inveigler
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How to use masquerader in a sentence

He hid himself in Assouan with belief for a companion, he came back and found that companion had been but a masquerader—disbelief.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Drawing his sword Philibert strode forward and with a quick turn confronted the bold masquerader.
THE COURT JESTERCORNELIA BAKER
Noble gentleman of another period, he stalked a piteous masquerader where he had once been at home.
LAZARREMARY HARTWELL CATHERWOOD
Faith, a paladin, a deliverer of oppressed damsels, a very carnival masquerader!
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
"But she called me a hypocrite; a Christian masquerader, Dogvane," he said.
THE LIFE OF A CELEBRATED BUCCANEERRICHARD CLYNTON
We liked to fancy him a laird of Uist in ancestral dress, and not like the youth at Oban, a mere masquerader.
OUR JOURNEY TO THE HEBRIDESJOSEPH PENNELL AND ELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
He could not avoid being picturesque, yet there was nothing of the masquerader, the moving-picture cowboy.
RIMROCK TRAILJ. ALLAN DUNN
Trix started and her pretty face was cast in an angry look as she glanced aside at the masquerader.
THE CORNER HOUSE GIRLS IN A PLAYGRACE BROOKS HILL
The masquerader was both young and pretty; only the perspiration had poured down her face and left it grimy.
RUTH FIELDING IN THE SADDLEALICE B. EMERSON
The hopes of the masquerader were depressed by the fears of the real man.
A SUMMER'S OUTINGCARTER H. HARRISON
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