vizard

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İngilizce - İngilizce
A pretense

To mislead and betray them under the vizard of law. - John Milton.

A mask worn to disguise or protect the face

There, then, that vizard, that superfluous case, that hid the worse and show'd the better face.-- Shakespeare, Love's Labors Lost V.ii.387.

{n} a mask to disguise the face
{v} to mask
{i} mask; visor, part of helmet which protects the face (Archaic)
A mask; a visor
vizard

    Heceleme

    viz·ard

    Telaffuz

    Etimoloji

    [ 'vi-z&rd, -"zärd ] (noun.) circa 1555. An alteration of visor by confusion of the ending.

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    matronym