Prepositions after "masquerade"
masquerade as, under, at or Like?
|In 88% of cases masquerade as is used|
|He's a troll masquerading as a journalist imo.|
|I thought that it was a criminal enterprise masquerading as an administration.|
|So there they sit, dribbling out advertorial-laced infotainment masquerading as truth.|
|Deadly Premonition is a metafictional masterpiece masquerading as a low-budget curiosity.|
|I agree that a few recent productions have been adequate, but as I stated, most of them were fantasy masquerading as SF.|
|Kariyawasam did then and also those white collar criminals at the centre of this scam, who are masquerading as business giants.|
|The call to their political loyalty is to their sub-clan and the call to their faith is to a medieval nihilism masquerading as Islam.|
|Speaking of Danny Kaye, I'd like to see Wonder Man again, a good entry in that rare genre, identical twins masquerading as one another.|
|Wikipedia is a monumental propoganda machine: a court of public opinion masquerading as an impartial, free, universal fountain of knowledge.|
|In 8% of cases masquerade under is used|
|Innumerable inhuman practices, masquerading under the guise of religion, abound.|
|I can understand why people like Sam Harris go after the moderates, they are enablers of ignorance masquerading under the guise of tolerance.|
|In 2% of cases masquerade at is used|
|Nor is it for someone that thinks social impact investing is masquerading at a U$50 million foundation or suiting up, sitting in an air-conditioned office in Washington D.|
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