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masker

or mas·quer

[ mas-ker, mah-sker ]

noun

  1. a person who masks; a person who takes part in a masque.


masker

/ ˈmɑːskə /

noun

  1. a person who wears a mask or takes part in a masque


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Word History and Origins

Origin of masker1

First recorded in 1540–50; mask + -er 1
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Example Sentences

Joel, a 28-year-old British masker, has been dressing up—while hiding his suits from his parents—since he was 15.

The light of his candle now fell upon the huge bear whom, after a slight start, he recognized as a masker.

In all haste the masker crept out of his disguise, unwilling to abide a third buffet from the lance of the enraged Knight.

A Masker got up as a highly realistic Hatstand, hobbles painfully towards a friend who is disguised as a huge Cannon.

In the course of my wanderings, chance brought me close to the side of the masker in the dress with the gore.

"Thou hast forgotten to call the fisherman," observed the masker, as he drove his own gondola into its station.

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