The general tone of the story belongs to all ranks and all countries, which emulate each other in describing the rambles of a disguised
sovereign, who, going in search of information or amusement, into the lower ranks of life, meets with adventures diverting to the reader or hearer, from the contrast betwixt the monarch's outward appearance, and his real character.
A laugh, thinly disguised
as a cough, escaped from Miss Carpenter.
I have watched her wandering through the forest of Arden, disguised
as a pretty boy in hose and doublet and dainty cap.
Again, there is a composite kind of recognition involving false inference on the part of one of the characters, as in the Odysseus Disguised
as a Messenger.
Julia had so long associated the idea of her hero with the image in her bosom, that she had given it perfect identity; but, on more mature reflection, she was convinced of her error: he would come disguised
, Anna had told her, and had ordered his servants home; where that home was, Julia was left in ignorance--but she fervently hoped, not far removed from her beloved aunt.
On his part, the man with the feathers fixed his eyes upon the disguised lieutenant, and, in spite of his metamorphosis, recognized him.
But I left no traces behind me, for I came here disguised," said Porthos.
Here he kept his wife imprisoned in her room while he, disguised
in a beard, followed Dr.
D'Urberville in anger retreated from her to the hedge, where he pulled off the long smockfrock which had disguised
him; and rolling it up and pushing it into the couch-fire, went away.
Sometimes, as she looked at the strange but amusing capers cut by the dancers, who- having decided once for all that being disguised
, no one would recognize them- were not at all shy, Pelageya Danilovna hid her face in her handkerchief, and her whole stout body shook with irrepressible, kindly, elderly laughter.
At last, satisfactorily disguised
, and with even his shock of black hair adding to the verisimilitude of his likeness to the natives of the city, he sought for some means of reaching the street below.
It was at Wake Robin Lodge that Avis Everhard later lived for short periods, when, disguised
as an agent-provocateur of the Iron Heel, she was enabled to play with impunity her part among men and events.
Hath not your lust just disguised
itself and taken the name of fellow-suffering?
His clothes, hung above him, showed that he had been himself conscious of his danger--they were clothes that had disguised
him as a French artisan.
As my governess disguised
me like a man, so she joined me with a man, a young fellow that was nimble enough at his business, and for about three weeks we did very well together.