Charade [noun]

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The vaudeville veteran sees right through this charade of benighted widowhood, peeling back the veneer to reveal the specimen of ruthless ambition beneath.

But I know what it is, I'm in love—that confounded Charade put me up to that dodge.

He looked on hopelessly, as you look at a charade of which you have not got the key.

Indeed, the Far Eastern state of things is a kind of charade on the word; for humanity there is singularly uniform.

The last charade party had not been held in their parlors, they congratulated themselves.

The Charade is of recent birth, and I cannot discover the origin of this species of logogriphes.

Migwan looked at it and said, “What charade does it make you think of?”

Let us have a charade—you said you had found one in an old book that you would give us.

They were eagerly discussing the charade, and when Evelyn arrived she was welcomed.