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She had seen him too many times in the Masquerader's Shows at Annapolis.

If Gibson is a masquerader in league with Cummings he must be exposed.

The hopes of the masquerader were depressed by the fears of the real man.

A soft chuckle reached her ear, and she knew that he knew he saw a masquerader.

"But she called me a hypocrite; a Christian masquerader, Dogvane," he said.

Nature herself had cast Mr. Monk in the very mould of a masquerader.

"The devil is a gentleman," the masquerader insisted firmly.

At all events, he would go out until Crailey had come and left again, for he had no desire to behold the masquerader's return.

I am reading that most clever and wonderfully well-written novel, 'The Masquerader.'

Twice she had tried to get Hentzi aside and learn what news, if any, had come of the masquerader.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, from masquerade (n.). Related: Masqueraded; masquerading.

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