verb (used with object), guised, guis·ing.
verb (used without object), guised, guis·ing.
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Origin of guise
synonym study for guise
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH guiseguise , guys
Definition for guise (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for guise
One of his colleagues then lured Guevara to his death under the guise of going to meet women.Three accused of MS-13 gang-related violence in Virginia|Rachel Weiner|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Popular franchises like Andbox — at least in their current guise — aren’t large enough to generate sustainable revenue.
In both astronomy and popular culture, Venus has always assumed a diversity of guises.Hope for life on Venus survives for centuries against all odds|Tom Siegfried|September 25, 2020|Science News
From the time a doctor is a medical student, industry marketers cater lunches, bring gifts, offer free gatherings at expensive restaurants under the guise of “medical training,” and fund national conferences.My cancer might be back—and I wonder if unnecessary radiation caused it in the first place|jakemeth|September 22, 2020|Fortune
In fact, it largely shifts power to the directors to couch their own actions in whatever guise they find convenient, without making them more accountable to any interest.Revisiting the Business Roundtable’s ‘Stakeholder Capitalism,’ one year later|Geoffrey Colvin|August 19, 2020|Fortune
Never fill their minds with fables guised as science, that they must unlearn.Bird Lore, Volume I--1899|Various
It is the dis-813-guised intriguante, Annina, who claims to be the deserted wife of Lerchenan.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb
Abbe Maury did not pull; but the Charcoalmen brought a mummer guised like him, so he had to pull in effigy.The French Revolution|Thomas Carlyle