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Correct spelling: disguise

Definition of disguise:

  1. A dress intended to conceal the person who wears it; a false or assumed appearance, intended to deceive; a changed appearance.
  2. To conceal, as with a mask, or by a feigned appearance; to cloak by false show; to dissemble; to alter in form or manner.

Common misspellings for disguise:

disguie, distiguise, discize, disquise, disguest, disguis, discise, dissuse, disguys.


Google Ngram Viewer results for disguise:

This graph shows how "disguise" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for disguise:

  1. I can disguise you so you'll not be recognized. –  by
  2. I've been there in disguise more than once, watching the place. –  by
  3. His Uncle Randall, try as he would, could not disguise from him that this was what he had done. –  by

Quotes for disguise:

  1. Another belief of mine; that everyone else my age is an adult, whereas I am merely in disguise.
  2. We, in our Province, are beginning to realize and appreciate that our slowness in keeping up with our North American neighbours may well have been a blessing in disguise.
  3. I beg of you... never assume an inner or an outer pose, never a disguise.
  4. Praise undeserved, is satire in disguise.
  5. Speech was given to man to disguise his thoughts.

Rhymes for disguise:

  1. bise, chastise, comprise, demise, despise, eyes, flies, fries, guise, incise, marseilles, pint-size, prize, revise, rise, size, supplies, surmise, surprise, unwise, wise, ais, dies, emprise, grise, julies, ries, replies, ties, skies, y's, cries, spies, thais, denies, lise, mies, dyes, decries, complies, buys, tries, defies, guys, sighs, implies, vies, relies, dries, plies, pries, unties, lies, ise, eis, dise, wies, wyse, ayes, nies, bies, crise, geis, hise, kise, pies, thighs, upsize, highs, goodbyes, shies;
  2. advise, allies, apprise, arise, baptize, devise, reprise, applies, belies;
  3. improvise, oversize, underlies;
  4. decriminalize, sensationalize;