antimasque

or an·ti·mask

[an-ti-mask, -mahsk]

Origin of antimasque

1605–15; anti- + masque; replacing antemask; see ante-, mask
Related formsan·ti·mas·quer, an·ti·mask·er, noun
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antimasque

noun
  1. a comic or grotesque dance, presented between the acts of a masque
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