disguisings

disguisings

(dɪsˈɡaɪzɪŋz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) the adornments which are used to disguise
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The various dramatic forms from the tenth century to the middle of the sixteenth at which we have thus hastily glanced--folk-plays, mummings and disguisings, secular pageants, Mystery plays, Moralities, and Interludes--have little but a historical importance.
These shows were called by various names, Pageants, Masques, Interludes, Mummings or Disguisings, and on every great or little occasion there was sure to be something of the sort.
Her knack of disguising her own identity in the impersonation of different characters so completely staggers her audiences that the same people come twice over to find out how she does it.
Disguising my last instructions under the commonplace heading of "Memoranda on my return to London," I began to write.
Surrounded by the screaming children the mummers, covering their faces and disguising their voices, bowed to their hostess and arranged themselves about the room.
Wrench, said that the symptoms yesterday might have been disguising, and that this form of fever was very equivocal in its beginnings: he would go immediately to the druggist's and have a prescription made up in order to lose no time, but he would write to Mr.
Huntingdon's sake,' said I, observing the dawn of a malicious smile of triumph on her face - 'you are welcome to him, if you like him, as far as I am concerned - but because it is painful to be always disguising my true sentiments respecting you, and straining to keep up an appearance of civility and respect towards one for whom I have not the most distant shadow of esteem; and because, if you stay, your conduct cannot possibly remain concealed much longer from the only two persons in the house who do not know it already.
Edna's face was a blank picture of bewilderment, which she never thought of disguising.
Then," she pressed home the point, "isn't disguising that pride under a mask of careless indifference equivalent to telling a lie?
There was no disguising it: the innocent niece was associated with an act of deception, which had been, until that day, the undetected secret of the aunt and the aunt's maid.
The unexpected recovery of the lost trace of Miss Silvester--there is no disguising it--seriously annoyed him.
This he tied round him with his sash, and, disguising himself as an old woman, he took a sabre, which he hid under his dress.