Disguise in a sentence

Definition of Disguise

to chang the appearance of a thing or person to hide from others

Use Disguise in a sentence

The bank robbers were cleverly disguised as security guards.

He chewed gum in an effort to disguise the smell of alcohol on his breath.

The undercover policeman was able to enter the motorcycle gang’s clubhouse disguised as a drug dealer.

The Princess disguised herself as a man so that she could fight for her country with the other soldiers.

The young man disguised himself using a wig, false beard and dark sunglasses.

In the 1960s, the members of the Beatles often had to disguise themselves when they went out in public.

She disguised her voice when she phoned her boyfriend in order to lure him to his surprise birthday party.

We put my daughter’s medicine in a glass of orange juice in order to disguise the taste.

The criminals devised a plan to get into the bank at night disguised as janitors.

They disguised themselves as fishermen and escaped in a boat.

There were many who couldn’t recognize him in that disguise.