She dyed her hair pink to masquerade her grey strands.
She told everyone she was out of town during the week to masquerade that she was unemployed.
They all wore masks for the masquerade party.
He wanted to masquerade his feelings for the woman.
They all removed their masks at midnight, so the dance was no longer a masquerade party.
His father didn't want a dog, so Jamie had to masquerade the new puppy by telling his father that the puppy belonged to the neighbor.
Thus, nakedness has been able to be imagined as both an indecent state needing to be covered by "culture" (clothing) and a pure state far superior to the indecent cultural masquerade of clothing.
For example, a masquerade ball theme might benefit New Orleans charities rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina, while a mermaid theme may benefit charities dedicated to saving the ocean.
For ceremonial purposes all American tribes were expert in the masquerade and dramatic apparel.
Pechlin undertook to crowd the fatal masquerade with accomplices, but took care not to be there personally.