mask : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a covering to disguise or conceal the face
  • n  activity that tries to conceal something
    no mask could conceal his ignorance
    they moved in under a mask of friendship
  • n  a party of guests wearing costumes and masks
  • n  a protective covering worn over the face
  • v  hide under a false appearance
    He masked his disappointment
  • v  put a mask on or cover with a mask
  • v  make unrecognizable
    The herb masks the garlic taste
  • v  cover with a sauce
    mask the meat
  • v  shield from light

  • An emergency gas mask that can be made at home was demonstrated in Manhattan last week by the American Women's Voluntary Services.
  • To help you achieve total blackout and quality REMs, we've road-tested a variety of eye masks on the market.
  • The national stockpile contains a fraction of the face masks the government says we need to protect against a flu pandemic.
News & Articles


  • Robert Gates in FOXNews
    Gates said while he doesn't think North Korea has the capability yet to shoot off a long-range nuclear-tipped missile, "I don't know anyone at a senior level in the American government who does not believe this technology is intended as a mask for...
  • Lindsay Lohan in
    I tried to mask my problems with alcohol, cocaine and mind-altering substances,she said.
  • President Bush in International Herald Tribune
    We discussed ways to deal with Iran's pursuit of a nuclear capability and ballistic missiles, the regime's vast financial support to lethal terrorist groups, and the deceptive financial tactics employed by Iran to evade sanctions and mask illicit... Henry Paulson Forbes Oct 19, 2007 61679 82329 masked Bush said the high cost of the bill is masked in part by budgetary gimmicks and funded in part by additional tax revenues."

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