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use "guise" in a sentence

He also gave audience to four cardinals, Farnese, D'Este, Louis de Guise and Ascanio Sforza, the leaders of the French faction in the recent Conclave.

However, its activity continued under the guise of mountain (mendigoizale) and folklore clubs.

According to feminist economists, too many
guileless, and extreme in its emotions to be entirely or even (for the stalwarts) partially imagined.

Watson is too guileless to be a proper detective: he has a definite strain of "pawky humour", as Holmes observes in The Valley of Fear ; but he is naturally open and straightforward, while Holmes can be secretive and devious.

He further said that the cast was "excellent" and signalled out Laughton's performance as "an immensely entertaining exercise in poster portraiture", however, "Since Mr. Laughton enjoys playing the part, a guileless theatregoer may enjoy watching him.

Regardless of how he felt about his own musicianship, Holcomb was a courageous artist, nearly guileless.

The room may be subdued, but that afternoon it was livened up by a waitress with the guileless charisma of Sandra Bullock in her rom-com heyday.

Vanderham's Desdemona isn't necessarily a guileless young woman.

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