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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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He has a keen sense of the practicalities of disguising, suggesting that changes were most often achieved simply, especially at a time when formal clothing was elaborate and a matter of pins, hooks, wires, and laces rather than zip fasteners and velcro.
Disguising is a metaphor for an initiation rite of passage, she suggests, that allows the heroines to experience both feminine and masculine traits in their original and constructed identities.
The third chapter could have been, from an outsider's point of view, included in the section on Disguise and Power, as Sanchez Calle addresses 'Disguising Race, Disguising the Self: Jessie Fauset's Plum Bun (1928)'.
CHEMICAL testing kits are being handed out to police in an attempt to try and stop youngsters disguising alcohol as soft drinks.
The plot, which US Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said was "suggestive of al-Qaida," apparently involved disguising liquid-based explosives as innocuous objects in carry-on baggage and electronic trigger devices disguised as electronic car keys.
Since his skin is rubber, Plastic Man is naturally a master of disguise, and he uses his powers with the sort of goofy logic ten-year-old boys love--chasing a getaway car as a giant red kangaroo, soaring through the sky as a hot-air blimp, and disguising himself as a stained glass window.
These people are counterfeit apostles, dishonest workers disguising themselves as apostles of Christ.