- n.〈古〉装束，外衣; 形象，化身; 伪装; 借口
- 复数: guises;
He is an enemy in a friendly guise.
There is nothing new here, just the same old ideas in a new guise.
This practice of personal arbitrary action under the guise of collective leadership must be resolutely opposed.
Dozens of people who knew him were interviewed , all under the guise a routine positive vet.
They got into the school in the guise of inspectors.
One who betrays another under the guise of friendship.
Big Brother is the guise in which the Party chooses to exhibit itself to the world.
The Judicial branch , in the guise of the Supreme Court, is ultimately responsible for legislation.
Life's aspirations come in the guise of children.
Under the guise of friendship he betrayed them.
One of the robbers went under the guise of a respectable dealer in antiques.
To Semele Jupiter had appeared, and had paid court in unostentatious manner and simple guise.
Fixed a bug in which Haunting Guise was displaying the wrong stat bonuses.
A lot of nonsense was talked, under the guise of philosophy.
In a tragic work fate always makes itself felt better in the guise of and naturalness.
We have lost too more to learn anything except the guise.
The same cannot be said of the House of Guise and France.
As an economist, and a German, he was presumably opposed to inflation in every guise.
For most of the Guise family, religious zealotry was not a motive.
Kitsune are stealthy and in human guise have the abilities of a spy.
The parties intended to conceal an illegal purpose under the guise of a legitimate transaction.
The spy went in the guise of a monk and was not recognized by the enemy.
There is nothing new here, just the same old idea in a new guise.
He tricked the widow in the guise of a friend of her late husband.
Seizure of Aboriginal lands under the guise of nationalization.
He cheated us under the guise of friendship.
His speech presented racist ideas under the guise of nationalism.
1. an artful or simulated semblance;
"under the guise of friendship he betrayed them"