Examples from the Web for vizard
While thus employed, there was a sharp tap at his door and Vizard's voice outside.
Vizard told the servant to show the visitor into the library, and take in the Madeira and some biscuits.
Vizard heard their voices going like mill-clacks at this sacred hour, and summoned them rather roughly, as stated above.
There, too, was the wash-leather face, and other traits Vizard professed to know an actress's lover by.
A vizor (also spelt visor, visard, vizard) is a mask, “a false face.”Milton's Comus|John Milton
British Dictionary definitions for vizard
Word Origin for vizard
Word Origin and History for vizard
"mask," 1550s, altered form of vysar, viser (see visor), by influence of words in -ard. Figurative use from 1570s; common 17c. Also applied to the person with the masks, and used as a verb meaning "to conceal." Related: Vizarded; vizarding.