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disguise definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To modify the way or appearance of to be able to avoid recognition.
    • To furnish with a disguise.
    • To conceal or confuse by dissemblance or untrue program; misrepresent: disguise an individual's real intentions.
    • To change the guise or look of; specifically, to conceal by a silly gown, or one designed to mislead or deceive.
    • to disguise by a counterfeit appearance; to cloak by a false show; to mask
    • To influence or alter by alcohol; to intoxicate.
    • to change the way in which or appearance of in order to prevent recognition.
    • To furnish with a disguise.
    • To conceal or obscure by dissemblance or false program; misrepresent: disguise one's real intentions.
    • to improve the guise or look of; especially, to hide by a unique dress, or one meant to mislead or deceive.
    • to full cover up by a counterfeit look; to cloak by a false show; to mask
    • To affect or transform by liquor; to intoxicate.
  • noun:
    • The act or an example of disguising.
    • the health of being concealed.
    • clothing or add-ons worn to hide one's true identity.
    • Appearance that misrepresents the real personality of one thing: a blessing in disguise.
    • A pretense or misrepresentation: His consistent sources to their dangerous hobbies were only a disguise to hide their insecurity.
    • An attire (example. clothing) always cover an individual's identification or believe another.
    • The appearance of one thing on the outside which masks what exactly is beneath.
    • The work of disguising, notably as a ploy
    • A dress or outside wear for purposes of concealment or of deception.
    • Artificial language or manner thought for deception; untrue look; counterfeit semblance or show.
    • Change of manner by beverage; intoxication.
    • A masque or masquerade.
    • That which disguises; something which serves or perhaps is designed for concealment of identity, personality, or high quality; a deceptive covering, condition, way, etc.
    • The act of disguising, or perhaps the state of being concealed; a false or inaccurate appearance; concealment under a disguised type, manner, etc.: as, his attempted disguise had been unsuccessful; a thief in disguise.
    • Change of behavior and utterance by drink; intoxication.
    • A masque; an interlude.
    • the work of concealing the identification of some thing by altering its look
    • any outfit that modifies the look in order to hide the wearer's identity
    • an outward semblance that misrepresents the true nature of some thing
    • The work or an example of disguising.
    • The condition of being concealed.
    • Clothes or add-ons used to hide one's true identification.
    • Appearance that misrepresents the genuine personality of some thing: a blessing in disguise.
    • A pretense or misrepresentation: their repeated recommendations to their dangerous hobbies had been only a disguise to cover up their insecurity.
    • An attire (e.g. garments) used to hide an individual's identification or believe another.
    • The appearance of anything externally which masks what's beneath.
    • The act of disguising, particularly as a ploy
    • A dress or external apply for reasons of concealment or of deception.
    • Artificial language or fashion assumed for deception; false appearance; counterfeit semblance or show.
    • Change of way by drink; intoxication.
    • A masque or masquerade.
    • what disguises; something that acts or is designed for concealment of identity, personality, or high quality; a deceptive covering, problem, fashion, etc.
    • The work of disguising, and/or condition to be concealed; a false or misleading look; concealment under a disguised form, way, etc.: as, their attempted disguise was unsuccessful; a thief in disguise.
    • Change of behavior and utterance by drink; intoxication.
    • A masque; an interlude.
    • the act of concealing the identification of one thing by modifying its appearance
    • any attire that modifies the look so that you can conceal the wearer's identity
    • an outward semblance that misrepresents the actual nature of something
  • verb:
    • To change the appearance of (you or thing) to be able to cover, or even believe an identity.
    • to stop giving out or revealing (one thing key).
    • make unrecognizable
    • To change the appearance of (someone or thing) so as to conceal, or even believe an identity.
    • to stop offering or revealing (anything key).
    • make unrecognizable
  • others:
    • To hide the private identification of, by changes of guise or typical look, such as those created by differences in gown or in the hair or beard, employing a mask, etc.
    • To conceal or cover-up the true or original character of by a counterfeit type or look; cloak by false show, misleading declaration or speech, or an artificial manner: because, to disguise the handwriting; to disguise the flavor of a drug; to disguise sentiments or objectives.
    • to change the look of; make difficult of recognition by some change maybe not intended for concealment.
    • to improve in voice or behavior by way of powerful beverage; intoxicate.
    • To distinguish by a significant difference of kind or guise.
    • Synonyms Simulate, an such like. (see dissemble), mask, veil.
    • To conceal the non-public identity of, by modifications of guise or normal appearance, like those from variations in dress or perhaps in the hair or beard, making use of a mask, etc.
    • To hide or mask the true or initial personality of by a counterfeit type or look; cloak by untrue tv show, deceptive statement or speech, or an artificial way: as, to disguise the handwriting; to disguise the style of a drug; to disguise sentiments or motives.
    • To alter the look of; make tough of recognition by some modification maybe not intended for concealment.
    • To change in sound or behavior through powerful drink; intoxicate.
    • to differentiate by a positive change of form or guise.
    • Synonyms Simulate, an such like. (see dissemble), mask, veil.
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