Noun(1) an artful or simulated semblance
(1) Yup, he was trying to convert all us shoppers to God under the guise of being a musician.(2) As ever with legend, the lore of the wise-woman presents itself in the guise of history and truth.(3) telemarketing and selling under the guise of market research(4) sums paid under the guise of consultancy fees(5) They were thought to have dual natures because they appeared only in the guise of morning or evening stars.(6) he visited in the guise of an inspector(7) The pattern of ceremonial appearance in the guise of a god is not restricted to females.(8) Yet, several aspects of this debate assumed a new guise as a range of complex questions emerged.(9) For this is what has allowed the government to appear in the guise of Santa Claus.(10) He played my life away like a game of charades behind the guise of immaturity and stupidity.(11) If I weren't able to assume the guise of different characters, I'd probably have to be put away.(12) Amnesties come in many guises , their purpose often unclear.(13) Admittedly, most are floor fillers of some kind yet assuming so many guises has allowed a free rein to experiment.(14) Do you consider actors to be outsiders, taking on various guises , heroic, villainous or whatever, to escape from themselves?(15) Now the nuke, in both its civil and military guises , is back.(16) They have been presented in so many guises it's hard to know which one to believe.
1. likeness ::
2. pretense ::
Different Formsguise, guises
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