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French mascarade from Italian mascarata variant of mascherata from Old Italian maschera mask mask
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From French mascarade (Spanish mascarada), from Italian mascarata (mascherata). See “mask".
She dyed her hair pink to masquerade her grey strands.
They all wore masks for the masquerade party.
He wanted to masquerade his feelings for the woman.
She told everyone she was out of town during the week to masquerade that she was unemployed.
They all removed their masks at midnight, so the dance was no longer a masquerade party.
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