covering for the face, or part of it, worn as a disguise
thing that hides the truth; pretence
hide with a mask;keep from being seen or noticed
"no mask could conceal his ignorance"
"they moved in under a mask of friendship"
"He masked his disappointment"
"Mask the children for Halloween"
"The herb masks the garlic taste"
"We disguised our faces before robbing the bank"
"mask the meat"
I had no Mask but I ruffled my Hoods..about my face.
I have no one to blush with me..To mask their brows and hide their infamy.
出自：Rape of Lucrece , Shakespeare
Our opponents mask their antagonism under sweet words.
The cook masked the taste of the bad meat with onions.
Most criminals mask their guilt with excuses.
She masked her suffering with a cheerful smile.