masked


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Synonyms for masked

having its true character concealed with the intent of misleading

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having markings suggestive of a mask

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Also the Emperor became more and more excited with curiosity, and with great suspense one awaited the hour, when according to mask-law, each masked guest must make himself known.
Even the veteran judge, accustomed as he was to legal ambushes and masked batteries in criminal procedure, was not sure that his ears were not deceiving him, and asked counsel what it was he had said.
What creature was it, that, masked in an ordinary woman's face and shape, uttered the voice, now of a mocking demon, and anon of a carrion-seeking bird of prey?
The persons who attended on the feast were masked and cloaked.
In Paris, our lives are one masked ball; and the foyer of the ballet is the last place in which two men so "knowing" as M.
In this way, masked as competition, the nuisance and waste of duplication began in most American cities.
He then mounted and his friend the barber did the same, both masked, so as not to be recognised by Don Quixote, and set out following in the rear of the cart.
Projects of usurpation cannot be masked under pretenses so likely to escape the penetration of select bodies of men, as of the people at large.
This masked figure that you saw, did you recognise it?
Some moments after, eight strong men, with masked faces, appeared noiselessly, and drew us down into their formidable machine.
Every minute a fresh gun came into position until, before twilight, every copse, every row of suburban villas on the hilly slopes about Kingston and Richmond, masked an expectant black muzzle.