Definition of Disguisers

1. Noun. (plural of disguiser) ¹



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Definition of Disguisers

1. disguiser [n] - See also: disguiser

Lexicographical Neighbors of Disguisers

disgruntedly
disgruntle
disgruntled
disgruntlement
disgruntlements
disgruntles
disgruntling
disguisable
disguise
disguised
disguisedly
disguisedness
disguiser
disguisers
disguises
disguising
disguize
disgust
disgusted
disgustedly
disgustedness
disgustful
disgustfully
disgustfulness
disgusting
disgustingly
disgustingness
disgusts

Literary usage of Disguisers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Studies in Literature by Frederick Monroe Tisdel (1913)
"The disguisers were the ladies and gentlemen of the court. ... The disguisers came to represent definite characters, who furnished a story, ..."

2. A Picture of the Manners, Customs, Sports, and Pastimes, of the Inhabitants by Jehoshaphat Aspin (1825)
"When they were severed and departed, the disguisers (markers) descended from the rock and danced for a long time, when suddenly the rock moved and received ..."

3. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1844)
"... the Castle, the Shippe and the Mountaine moved and departed. The same wise the disguisers rehersed, as well the knights as the ladyes after ..."

4. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1844)
"The same wise the disguisers rehersed, as well the knights as the ladyes after certaine leasure of their solace and disport ..."

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