masker

noun
mask·er | \ˈmas-kər \

Definition of masker 

: a person who wears a mask especially : a participant in a masquerade

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Following the maskers' parade and the tableau, the curtain opened to reveal the Mystery king, attended by his pages, William Mitchell Long and George McKay Pipes. Sue Strachan, NOLA.com, "Krewe of Mystery's Rose Ball visits Casablanca," 25 Feb. 2018 Just don’t show these pictures to cosmetics cop and anti-sheet-masker, Paula Begoun. Kathleen Hou, The Cut, "Katy Perry and Her Mom Sheet Mask While Walking," 15 May 2018 The Glorious Gusto MoonPie is awarded for an antic during the Mystic Stripers 79th annual fete, when a masker sprawled out on the floor to adjust his delightful date's garter. The Masked Observer, AL.com, "Masked Observer muses on Mellow MoonPies and Carnival's unwavering spirit," 16 Feb. 2018 And there was one masker who planned on throwing her wares to the masses but was conspicuously absent come Sunday night . . Michael Dumas, AL.com, "Show Us Your Mardi Gras Gowns: MAMGA celebrates 80 years," 10 Feb. 2018 Thousands of maskers and revelers pack some of the Carnival season's largest balls. John Sharp, AL.com, "Should Mardi Gras be main reason to tear down or fix up Civic Center?," 7 Feb. 2018 Patron Saint Gwyneth Paltrow—Goop empress, purveyor of jade yoni eggs, conscious uncoupler, gold-foil facial masker, juice innovator. Benjy Hansen-bundy, GQ, "How To Be Better Than Everyone Else In 2018," 7 Feb. 2018 Here the Carnival maskers don gaily colored costumes and mount horses to ride through the countryside gathering 'donations' of chickens and other ingredients for the gigantic community gumbo-cooking which occurs that night. NOLA.com, "Cajun Mardi Gras: Vintage photos from The Times-Picayune," 19 Jan. 2018 But over the course of the 1800s, one particular drink was gaining popularity as a medicine masker: carbonated water. Maya Wei-haas, Smithsonian, "The Unlikely Medical History of Chocolate Syrup," 6 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of masker

circa 1548, in the meaning defined above

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