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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of visard.
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And truly, since I have understood the occurrences of the world, and know in what counterfeiting shapes and deceitful visards times present represent on the stage things past, I do believe them little more than things to come.
When night was come the Theeves awaked and rose up, and when they had buckled on their weapons, and disguised their faces with visards, they departed.
But all this was concealed by the thick, muffling, outer veil; they also had horsehair visards through which they could see without being seen. "