verb (used without object), mas·quer·ad·ed, mas·quer·ad·ing.
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Origin of masquerade
OTHER WORDS FROM masquerademas·quer·ad·er, noun
Words nearby masquerade
Example sentences from the Web for masquerade
It builds to a masquerade ball, in which Not Harry and the women don masks and commence flirting.You Really Don't Want to Watch Fox’s ‘I Wanna Marry “Harry”’|Jason Lynch|May 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They masquerade as intellectual contests, but are really just showcases for rhetorical cleverness and public charisma.
He was supposed to come back to “masquerade the relationship,” but no such luck.
Hough would have blended in seamlessly at the “Disco Africa”-themed Halloweek masquerade party held in Milan that same night.
He escorts her to masquerade parties, takes her sailing on his yacht, force-feeds her oysters.Speed Read: 12 Naughty Bits From ‘50 Shades Darker’|Lizzie Crocker|May 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"I'm in a big hurry to get to a masquerade," Black Hood said as he opened the door of the taxi.
It is you that have injured her by allowing her to masquerade as a man—a little thing like that, with nobody to advise her.A Little Union Scout|Joel Chandler Harris
All the shabbiest tinsel and trappings of secular music passed across the trestles of this religious masquerade.
Between times I'm making a dress and cap for the masquerade dance.Patchwork|Anna Balmer Myers
It was a game, but he rejoiced in it as a girl does in her first masquerade.Riders of the Silences|John Frederick