- to change the usual appearance, sound, taste, etc., of (someone or something) so that people will not recognize that person or thing
- He tried to disguise his voice on the phone but I could tell it was him.
- She disguised herself in a wig and glasses.
- The journalist traveled the city disguised as [=dressed like; pretending to be] a beggar.
- She disguised herself as a musician to get into the concert hall early.
- I could not disguise [=hide] my surprise.
- They disguised [=masked] their true feelings.
- We disguised the fact that we were disappointed.
- I was aware of her thinly disguised [=poorly hidden] hostility.
- He wore a disguise of glasses, a fake mustache, and a cap.
- the act of changing your appearance so that people will not recognize you
- The famous thief is known to be a master of disguise.
- I've heard that she sometimes travels around the country in disguise.
- He says that the new fee is really just a tax increase in disguise.