disguise (someone or oneself) in (something)

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disguise (someone or oneself) in (something)

To make one unrecognizable through the use of clothing and other such props. The robbers disguised themselves in masks so that no one would recognize them when they committed the crime.
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disguise someone in something

to conceal someone's identity in a costume or makeup. We disguised her in men's clothing and got her across the border. She disguised herself in a clown suit.
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It is so malicious that it has even been disguised in its name.
In a series of bad hair days, the FBI said the man is suspected of robbing six banks in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties over the past three months disguised in sloppy wigs, fake mustaches and beards.