Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mask.(verb)
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Use "masks" in a sentence
""There are Republicans who just call themselves undeclared; the name masks some degree of partisanship.""
"In my case, I suffer from prosoponophobia, which means I am afraid of I have to force myself to even write the word masks."
"Thus none could see their noses, and they laughed without fear both at fortune and the fortunate; neither more nor less than our ladies laugh at barefaced trulls when they have those mufflers on which they call masks, and which were formerly much more properly called charity, because they cover a multitude of sins."