Vizarded


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Viz´ard`ed


a.1.Wearing a vizard.
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The many disguises, and in particular the matching of one masked quartet with another identically costumed and vizarded foursome, mirror the duplicity, doubleness, and 'smooth-brow'd treachery' (23) that courtiership required, frequently alluded to in play-texts of the era.
The only other 'spirit' in this play is one of Dog's minions, disguised 'in shape of Katherine, vizarded in order to lead clown Cuddy Banks into a pond and dunk him (SD.
The stage directions indicate that Bosola should be vizarded when he first captures the Duchess and her family in flight.