[ US /ˈmæskɝ/ ]
  1. a participant in a masquerade
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How To Use masker In A Sentence

  • On a side note, you will find vanilla extract an excellent masker of failed experimentations.
  • There is a line in our time and in every time between the defenders of human liberty and those we seek to masker the minds and souls of others.
  • He could not identify the voice; its owner probably spoke through a masker. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • For many years white noise was the masker of choice; however, more recently, with the advent of speech-spectrum noise, there has been a shift to this masker.
  • The masker announces the arrival of the chief and serves as a peacekeeper.
  • An an an ai not drisst yet eever…has teh knight gwon, wite wif pritty flours adn softy plushee pink flipy flopy slip hers…ai yam bringed mai speshul home maded maskerooni adn cheez IRL dat having mater soss adn blak olibs…old fambly resipee. Deer Custumur: - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • She was awake to his guileful arts, and sailed along with him, hailing his phrases, if he shot a good one; prankishly exposing a flexible nature, that took its holiday thus in a grinding world, among maskers, to the horrification of the prim. One of Our Conquerors — Complete
  • Instead, scene changes were suggested by the appearance of new characters, the exit of maskers, and the entrance of dancers.
  • They have to response immediately to grab the oxygen maskers when the cabin pressurizes dropped. Boeing Announces Air Worthiness Directive for B737
  • Mr. Martinoty's solution is wretched excess: an immense library-cum-mad-science lab with a giant crucifix looming above, an older actor lip-synching Mr. Alagna's aged Faust, Mr. Alagna popping out of a space-age sphere in a gold T-shirt after the devilish deal, a huge chorus in a costume mashup that includes Enlightenment academics, Foreign Legionnaires, Second Empire soldiers, beauty contestants in bathing suits, peasant girls in Dutch bonnets, a humongous skeleton in a flurry of rainbow streamers, and carnival maskers part African-part Ensor. Less Is More for 'Faust'
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