Definition of Falsefaces

1. falseface [n] - See also: falseface



Lexicographical Neighbors of Falsefaces

false truffles
false vampire
false vampire bat
false verdict
false vertebrae
false vocal cord
false vocal fold
false wintergreen
false witness
falsecard
falsecarded
falsecarding
falsecards
falsed
falseface
falsefaces (current term)
falsehearted
falseheartedly
falsehood
falsehoods
falsely
falseness
falsenesses
falser
falsers
falses
falsest
falsetto
falsettoed
falsettos

Literary usage of Falsefaces

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

1. League of the Ho-dé-no-sau-nee Or Iroquois by Lewis Henry Morgan (1904)
"As recently as the summer of 1849, when the cholera prevailed through the State, the falsefaces, in appropriate costume, went from house to house at ..."

2. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1905)
"Sung at the dances of the FalseFaces (maskers). When they' treat diseases, wooden masks are worn. V. 2863. SNAKE SONG. May be sung at any' meeting. ..."

3. The Mary Dawson game book: a manual of original games and guessing contests by Mary Dawson (1916)
"AN EVENING IN THE JUNGLE Bring in the rubber plants and palms in tubs to decorate your parlor or hall, and have one or two " falsefaces " of negro types ..."

4. Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly (1852)
"This belief has prevailed among them from the most remote period, and.still cou- tinues its hold upon the Indian mind The1 falsefaces are believed to be ..."

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