59 synonyms found


[dɪsɡˈa͡ɪz], [dɪsɡˈa‍ɪz], [d_ɪ_s_ɡ_ˈaɪ_z]


concealment (noun)

anonymity, censorship, concealment, covertness, enshrouding, hiddenness, obscurity, secrecy, stealth.

pretension (noun)

affectation, air, artificiality, charade, deceit, device, facade, fakery, falseness, forgery, fraud, front, gimmick, guise, imitation, impersonation, imposture, mannerism, ostentation, pretense, pretension.

conceal (verb)

blind, bury, camouflage, censor, cloak, conceal, enshroud, hide, hush, mask, obscure, screen.

pretend (verb)

affect, bluff, claim, counterfeit, cover, deceive, defraud, fake, falsify, forge, imitate, impersonate, masquerade, pose, pretend, show, stage.

Rhymes for Disguise:

  1. guise, incise, dyes, relies, revise, demise, tries, decries, plies, rise, comprise, ties, replies, dries, denies, marseilles, buys, vies, spies, implies, bise, unwise, surprise, pint-size, sighs, unties, supplies, lies, fries, guys, complies, pries, defies, wise, surmise, chastise, cries, prize, size, flies, emprise, despise, dies;
  2. apprise, allies, baptize, applies, reprise, advise, belies, devise, arise;
  3. oversize, improvise;
  4. sensationalize, decriminalize;

Quotes for Disguise:

  1. I write about real people in disguise If anything, my characters are toned down -the truth is much more bizarre. Jackie Collins.
  2. What I am looking for is a blessing not in disguise Jerome K. Jerome.
  3. It is only in the case of the Priestly Code that opinions differ widely; for it tries hard to imitate the costume of the Mosaic period, and, with whatever success, to disguise its own. Julius Wellhausen.

Idioms of Disguise:

  1. disguise sm or sth as sm or sth;
  2. disguise sm in sth;
  3. be a blessing in disguise