“Disguise” in the news

Example collocations

disguise themselves

Publications and example sentences

The New York Times
· Tony Kushner: Larry Kramer Howled the Truths We Needed to Hear  
Both used language as a means of pushing consciousness past every trick of language that disguises reality.
The Verge
· Why Twitter labeled Trump’s tweets as misleading and Facebook didn’t  
My brothers ex had been stealing our Netflix for the past two months now by disguising her account as “settings” and honestly I ain’t even mad.
The Independent
· How to cut your own hair at home during lockdown  
Created by celebrity favourite hair colourist, Josh Wood, this root touchup artfully disguises hair growth with its innovative sponge applicator that mimics in-salon colouring techniques used by the man himself.
The Age
· Why there are doubts over an 18-team AFL competition  
Gold Coast chairman Tony Cochrane did not disguise his contempt for the Gordon view on Nine this week.
The Age
· Echoes of Umberto as V'landys waves wand to give people what they want  
You go to Disneyland’s Main Street to enter a fantasy, but you are actually in a disguised supermarket, ‘buying obsessively, believing you are still playing’.
The Guardian
· Strauss: Die Frau ohne Schatten review – outstanding account of a demanding, dramatic masterpiece  
Thielemann’s handling of the score is unreservedly magnificent; he conveys its teeming detail and dramatic sweep in a way that almost manages to disguise its more prolix moments, while ensuring as far as possible that the singers can cut through the tumultuous scoring (for more than 160 players).
Seeking Alpha
· 2 Overpriced REITs And 1 Strong Buy  
IRM is a data center REIT disguised as a paper storage company, and it offers good margin of safety and high yield while you wait.
The Wall Street Journal
· Quiet That Noisy Quarantine Home...With Decorating Advice?  
Not even the perkiest blooms, however, can disguise the shrieks of your high-schooler in the next room demanding that you “stop...
Al Jazeera
· The road to a blue-green recovery  
Lately, we have been riding over nature's benefits roughshod, taking too much for granted, disguising greed in our finest costumes of profit and progress.
The Guardian
· Intuition review – cliches run wild in Argentinian Netflix thriller  
But the last act is all fizzle, played out predictably with a mundanity that no amount of sweeping aerial shots can disguise.