mask

(redirected from masque)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

mask

(Cover), noun camouflage, cloak, cover-up, deflection, device, disguise, excuse, facade, false front, feint, front, guise, lame excuse, masquerade, mere cossetics, obscuration, pretense, pretension, pretext, prooessed motive, refuge, screen, sham, smoke screen, stratagem, subterfuge, varnish, whitewash

mask

(Shield), noun camouflage, deflection, disguise, false front, false identity, incognito, masquerade, pretense, shield, veil
See also: camouflage, cloak, conceal, cover, denature, disguise, ensconce, enshroud, envelop, false pretense, guard, hide, obliterate, obnubilate, obscure, plant, pretend, pretense, pretext, ruse, screen, shroud, stifle, strangle, subterfuge, suppress, veil
References in periodicals archive ?
Blue Agave Masque is a nourishing formula that utilizes the anti-microbial properties of Blue Agave to promote clear skin.
Although Apple has fixed or partially fixed the original Masque Attack on iOS 8.
Compared to the Wirelurker, Masque attacks can be a bigger threat for it can easily replace a user's banking and email apps with fake apps that will send banking and email data straight to the hackers.
Control Gel Therapy Masque helps to optimize the melatonin, an antioxidant, in our skin which is adversely affected by the glycation process.
L' Algerie vient de se voir restituer le masque de Gorgone, une piece archeologique rare disparue du pays en 1996.
He said that the Sehri and Iftari would be managed by the administration of the masque on the cost of motakafeen's dues submitted in advance for food.
The recent discovery of the Spanish ambassador's description of the masque (2) --which resembles in many respects the authorized text--also needs to be accounted for.
The Masque nightclub announced on Twitter a year ago that all upcoming gigs were cancelled after the former owners deemed the club as no longer financially viable.
Light manifests God whose presence gets reflected in Islamic architecture especially in the masque as His house.
Elliott and Nelson's collection presents evidence of a rich array of entertainments at the Inns from music to dance to revelry, as well as to plays and masques, some of which had a significant impact on the development of those forms.
We bought The Masque before the financial crash, but we can no longer afford to keep it open.
BY definition, a masque is a Renaissance or Baroque ceremonial court entertainment that fuses music, dance and theatre with pageantry and scenic splendor.