- a person who masks; a person who takes part in a masque.
Origin of masker
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Examples from the Web for masker
Joel, a 28-year-old British masker, has been dressing up—while hiding his suits from his parents—since he was 15.The Secret World of Men Who Dress Like Dolls
January 7, 2014
It's a masker, all the same; that's what they call people disguised.Paul and His Dog, v.1 (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XIII)
Charles Paul de Kock
The light of his candle now fell upon the huge bear whom, after a slight start, he recognized as a masker.Boyhood in Norway
Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
Girl,” calls the masker authoritatively, “get some water quick; a lady has fainted.Dangerous Ground
Lawrence L. Lynch
He quietly passed his sword to the masker, who took it, smiled again, and disappeared in the crowd.
The masker who had taken me to his box told me that I should see the fandango danced by the Gitanas with good partners.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
- a person who wears a mask or takes part in a masque