Waggons were drawn along with masques upon ships and other structures.
She danced and performed in the Masques at court, not, we should guess, with any exquisite grace.
He attacked Henrietta for performing in masques played only in her own family.
It was an age of masques and dramas, and Buckingham was the patron of many a poet.
Masques and Entertainments were published in the early folios.
Masques were in high vogue at this time at the Court of St. James.
It amused itself with balls and masques, plays, and even with blindman's-buff.
He had some scaenes to it, which in those dayes were only used at masques.
Masques, dances, tourneys and so forth are recorded with gusto by the chroniclers.
Everything was in old German masques, the ladies in wide ruffs.