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Synonyms for disguise

costume

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hide

disguise something or someone as something or someone

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  • dress up as
  • get up as
  • camouflage as
  • fit out as

disguise yourself as something or someone

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  • dress up as
  • masquerade as

Synonyms for disguise

to change or modify so as to prevent recognition of the true identity or character of

clothes or other personal effects, such as makeup, worn to conceal one's identity

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a display of insincere behavior

Synonyms for disguise

an outward semblance that misrepresents the true nature of something

any attire that modifies the appearance in order to conceal the wearer's identity

the act of concealing the identity of something by modifying its appearance

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She also joked that she, Simon, Cheryl Cole and Louis Walsh all have "little disguisable ear plugs" to cope with being so close to Wagner's singing each week.
Today, at least in France, longer scholarly works have more of a chance to be published, up to a point, but self-publishing is not only more respectable but also disguisable as commercial and academic publishers ask for the dreaded "camera-ready copy.
The conundra around signification in the closet perhaps account for straight culture's barely disguisable and barely repressible glee at the spectacle of the closet, whether in its warnings to girlfriends about duplicitous bisexual boyfriends or in the always deniable metonyms with which it so archly surrounds popular culture figures of "ambiguous" sexuality.
Thus, for example, in his discussion of the fluidity and impermanence of identity, Shapiro suggests that Christians compared Jews to actors: "Faith was disguisable, religious identity a role one could assume or discard if one had sufficient improvisational skill" (17); "to believe that Jews could convert was to accept that religious identity, even the true faith of a Christian, was not natural or essential, but something that individuals could try on or put off, much like an actor dressing for the stage" (155-56).