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Mask

Pronunciation of Mask
/mˈask/, /mˈask/, /m_ˈa_s_k/

Antonyms for mask:

unmask, tell, disclose, reveal, uncover, expose, confess, divulge.

Synonyms for mask:

Sense 1

hole up, Gas Mask, blindfold, blank out, window dressing, hide away, stow away, hide out, dissimulate, skin diving, mien, submerge, Disguisement, long face, board off, false colors.

Sense 2

appearance, pretense, grimace, scowl, guise, palm, cache, obliterate, frown, countenance, semblance, face mask.

Sense 3

glare, harbor, coloring, black out, wink, hiding, tuck away.

Sense 4

gloss, shield, front.

Sense 5

expression.

Sense 6

put on.

Sense 7

guard.

Sense 8

plant.

Sense 9

duck, eye.

Sense 10

block.

Sense 12

face, look.

conceal

hole up, tuck away.

counterfeit

misrepresentation.

cover

encase, enshroud, blanket.

guard

fender.

headgear

helmet.

Sense 3 (noun)

tuck away, blot out, submerge.

Sense 5 (noun)

long face, grimace, frown, eye, dissimulate, glare, countenance, look, expression.

Sense 6 (noun)

front, pretext, put on, gloss, coloring, face, false colors, Disguisement, guise, color, semblance, pretense, window dressing.

blind (noun)

blindfold.

concealment (noun)

hide out.

covering (noun)

canopy, skin, envelope, veneer, patina, shroud, casing, screening, dermis, coating, wrapping, covering.

mask (noun)

cloak, dissemble, masque, block out, masquerade.

masked ball (noun)

masque.

misrepresentation (noun)

false colors.

conceal (verb)

camouflage, conceal, bury, blind, screen, censor, hush, obscure, disguise, hide.

cover (verb)

cover, cloak, coat, envelop, enshroud, encase, blanket, sheath, overlay, veil, wrap.

disguise (verb)

dissimulate, cover, dissemble, hide, guard, dress up, conceal, secrete, obscure, shield, cover up.

Usage examples for mask:

  • The mask, too, went into his pocket. - "Doors of the Night", Frank L. Packard.
  • I may as well throw off the mask entirely. - "Frank Among The Rancheros", Harry Castlemon.
  • Don't be anxious about the mask! - "The Love Affairs of Pixie", Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.

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