Definition of mask in English:
- Disguising myself with this mask would be the key to winning Leah back!
- If you see anybody wearing any kind of mask or disguise this Halloween, call the Police on them as soon as possible.
- This crest mask represents a woman and is worn with a white mesh suit, which extends over the head of the masquerader.
- Wear a protective mask, covering nose and mouth, to decrease the percentage of polluted air breathed.
- Patients should wear a mask during transport from the ward to the surgical suite, if possible.
- The gauze mask helped protect her burned face until she could receive treatment in hospital.
- The Ukranian marksman seems reluctant to play with a protective mask, and will in all probability miss out to be replaced again by Jon Dahl Tomasson.
- But he also noted that catchers didn't always wear masks, and neither did hockey goaltenders.
- The umpire took his mask off and gave me a look, knowing that it was a purpose pitch.
- Jemma said she wanted to be injected, but on the morning of her operation this proved difficult and she had to inhale anaesthetic via a mask.
- Always wear a dust mask or respirator when using a sander to prevent inhalation of sawdust.
- The fan is powered and configured with the exterior of the filter body to aid in drawing air through the filter media of the mask.
- This is a natural soft face masque containing an extract of brewers' yeast which is applied to the whole face.
- I was ready to put my peeling face masque on. It smells like cucumber (funnily enough!) and is really sticky.
- The Super food Antioxidant Masque is a super-antioxidant face masque that combines two super foods Blueberries and Pomegranate and has been developed to help minimise the negative effects of sun damaged skin.
- They have already moulded masks and now want to paint them all.
- Dotted around the pitch-black stage, they appear to be sculpted masks on to which moving faces are projected.
- Ghanaians do not make or use masks, but there are some funerary effigies in clay.
- If at any time he is stuck between a crowd of the opposite gender, he will give himself a mask of blank expression.
- Tom sighed slightly, his expression in its cold mask, not showing the annoyance he felt.
- His face wore a strange expression, a mask of anger and determination.
- Wax masks were worn by Roman actors in funeral processions and were kept in a special shrine in Roman houses.
- The use of masks in Greek theatre was normal, reducing audience confusion when an actor played several roles.
- In fact, on occasion her face looks like a mask out of some classical Greek tragedy - Wilde would probably have approved.
- I'm not going to stand behind the social mask and pretend that everything is OK when it's not.
- Try as we might to pretend otherwise, the mask of polite discourse had been shattered.
- But the offer is vetoed by Finn, who alone sees the ugly fascist behind The Man's smooth mask of respectability.
- If a diffused edge is preferred on the image, the mask can be placed on top of the glass rather than under it.
- You may notice that the entire image has the unsharp mask applied to it beforehand.
- The images are quite large (600x400 pixels), but when you load the masks, they conform to the size of your photo.
- Typical masks are made of metal patterns deposited on glass and have no internal plumbing.
- The first barrier layer is selectively removed using an etch that is selective to the hard mask layer.
- The cells are doped with N type dopants by using the photo-resist regions as masks.
- When a prey is in sight, the mask is thrust forward and the prey instantly impaled on the hooks, then drawn back to the mouth and eaten.
- The moment that the larva approaches near enough to its prey, the innocent looking mask is unfolded and darted out, and the unsuspecting aquatic insect or small fish is seized by the teeth at the extremity and drawn back into its mouth.
- The larvae of the emperor dragonfly are themselves voracious predators, armed with fearsome mouthparts known as a 'mask'.
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- The rider's features couldn't be seen because of the large cloak masking its face.
- Their faces were masked by the thick helmets that enveloped their heads.
- His face was masked by a grey scarf and dark woollen hat and he was wearing dark trousers, a dark knee-length coat and black trainers with white stripes.
- She masked herself from view as she went through a hallway and entered a large bright room.
- Trees masking cameras will be pruned to improve the view and community groups such as Homewatch will be developed.
- Depending on design, they can mask undesirable sights or highlight attractive views.
- Fat and oil sticks to and coats the tongue, enhancing perceptions of smoothness, but also masking and altering taste perceptions.
- Some people object to its bitter taste, even masked with fruit flavoring.
- Powdered GHB is colorless and odorless but has a salty taste that is often masked by mixing it in fruit punches.
- Mask off the stencil with masking tape or more paper so that everywhere that you don't want pigment to pass through is masked off.
- Masking tape takes ages to apply, it never comes off cleanly and it doesn't even mask off wet paint effectively.
- The first step was to mask off an area around the metal cut-out, making sure that the spacing was even all the way around.
mascara from late 19th century:
Acting and clowning are indirectly linked in mascara, from Italian maschera, which goes back to an Arabic word meaning ‘buffoon’. Most of the earliest English uses refer to theatrical make-up, though the first known, from 1886, suggests a more discreet use by gentlemen: ‘For darkening the eyebrows and moustaches without greasing them and making them prominent’. Through Italian maschera mascara is also linked to mask (mid 16th century) and masquerade (late 16th century).
Words that rhyme with maskask, bask, cask, flask, Krasnoyarsk, masque, task
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