Joel, a 28-year-old British masker, has been dressing up—while hiding his suits from his parents—since he was 15.
Ragna smiled at the challenge and the masker thus encouraged, came close to her.
He quietly passed his sword to the masker, who took it, smiled again, and disappeared in the crowd.
In all haste the masker crept out of his disguise, unwilling to abide a third buffet from the lance of the enraged Knight.
The masker who had taken me to his box told me that I should see the fandango danced by the Gitanas with good partners.
See O-kee-pa, plate viii, for a representation of the masker imitating the beaver.
No cry was heard, and the masker glided rapidly towards the door of the hall, still left open.
A masker got up as a highly realistic Hatstand, hobbles painfully towards a friend who is disguised as a huge Cannon.
The masker had printed the address, had not spoken a word, and had paid the fare before entering the carriage.
On this occasion, however, there was a fourth masker, that hoary sinner and cynical humorist the poet Abu Nowas.