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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of masquerade.

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Examples

  • The Earl's Court house wasn't in his name masqueraded instead as what it was perfectly equipped to be, an elite rare book dealership and had hitherto been safe.

    'The Last Werewolf'

  • ยท It is possible to use own code; no characters are "masqueraded" (if you e.g. write a in the source, it will cause a new line and nothing else)!

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • 56Mihopoulou (1995-96: 37), foregrounding the genesis of Skoupa, confirms the antipathy felt by many readers towards the preponderance of Resistance literature which, in her assessment, 'masqueraded' as feminist literature.

    Arms and the Woman: Just Warriors and Greek Feminist Identity

  • His bank, Abbey National, wrote to The Sunday Times charging that "someone from the Sunday Times or acting on its behalf has masqueraded as Mr Brown for the purpose of obtaining information from Abbey National by deception," according to the BBC.

    Phone Hacking Scandal Widens: News International Targeted Gordon Brown, BSkyB Bid Delayed (LIVE UPDATES)

  • A creature of the Iron Heel, he had successfully masqueraded as a revolutionist and penetrated deep into the secrets of our organization.

    Chapter 19: Transformation

  • - A German immigrant who masqueraded as a member of the famous Rockefeller family appeared Friday in a Southern California court to face charges that he murdered his landlord more than a quarter-century ago then fled the state.

    Rockefeller Impostor Appears In Murder Case

  • AKRON -- An Akron teacher who masqueraded as a combat veteran once threatened to bring a shotgun to school and shoot a special education student who was making too much noise, according to his teaching file.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Whatever you think of Strandlof and the months he masqueraded as a brain-injured veteran, the simple truth two months after his web of lies came apart is that public disgrace seems to have changed him little.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • On Thursday, Burton appeared in a federal courtroom in Riverside and pleaded not guilty to charges that he masqueraded as a decorated military veteran.

    NEWS NOVEMBER 2009

  • But Farmer masqueraded as many more things than just a lonely man seeking someone with which to share his golden years.

    Heroes or Villains?

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