Last winter a fast English gent left a masked ball at the Redoute, intoxicated.
Often, as he did her hair, the man offered her tickets for a masked ball.
After dinner my landlord told me that the Court was giving a masked ball to five thousand persons to last sixty hours.
She'll meet me, however, at the masked ball to-night, where we can confer together.
A masked ball, you know, is a beautiful sight; but so brilliant a spectacle of the kind I never saw before.
This was a masked ball, and young Lavater, then in England, was with them.
I think he was a little shocked, but after all, if he will give a masked ball, what can he expect?
"I feel as though I were going to a masked ball," I said, laughing.
But no sooner did she learn that you were at the masked ball than she shouted: Im going too, Bertrand!
And I must avow I found it much more decent than the masked ball.