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Correct spelling:
Dress which prevents the wearer from being recognised; false appearance.
To conceal; hide under a false appearance.
pretension (noun)
deceit, falseness, facade, front, pretension, cover, ostentation, fakery, pretense, affectation, imposture, charade, counterfeit, imitation, masquerade, fraud, artificiality, show, device, air, claim, pose, bluff, stage, gimmick, mannerism, forgery, guise, impersonation.
conceal (verb)
bury, mask, blind, conceal, cloak, enshroud, obscure, screen, camouflage, censor, hush, hide.
pretend (verb)
cover, show, falsify, fake, pretend, defraud, imitate, impersonate, masquerade, forge, stage, counterfeit, deceive, bluff, claim, affect, pose.
concealment (noun)
obscurity, camouflage, concealment, stealth, covertness, hiddenness, enshrouding, secrecy, censorship, anonymity.
Other synonyms:
deal with, pseudonym, hold in, array, tuck away, semblance, make into, submerge, costume, window-dressing, bottle up, secrete, veil, black, coordinates, face, revise, true, change, entomb, beachwear, costume, disguisement, faking, repress, false colors, airs, master, smoke screen, camo, turn into, deception, inter, dissemblance, dissemble, black tie, transform, put-on, simulation, put-on, coloring, block out, honest, casuals, accessory, playacting, color, lie low, false front, coverup, overwhelm, combats, civvies, manage, makeup, pen name, keep back, baggies, convert, suppress, reverse, alter, alias, deceptive covering, vary, gloss, act, camouflage, sham, dissimulate, modify, veneer, acting, blot out, pretext.
Examples of usage:
  1. After assuming the disguise you saw me in, I went there and engaged in a game at one of the tables. - "Ashton-Kirk, Criminologist", John T. McIntyre.
  2. In the midst of our play, in comes my blessed boy with your letter, and, in earnest, I was not able to disguise the joy it gave me, though one was by that is not much your friend, and took notice of a blush that for my life I could not keep back. - "The-Love-Letters-of-Dorothy-Osborne-to-Sir-William-Temple-1652-54", Osborne, Dorothy.
  3. I have a disguise for you that will conceal your face and hair. - "The Way of an Eagle", Ethel M. Dell.

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