Definition of dissemblance in English:

dissemblance

noun

  • See dissemble

    • ‘The day will provide an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in the theatre make-up, whether beginner or as more advanced to learn a great deal more about the mechanics of dramatic dissemblance.’
    • ‘In adopting dissemblance, Daniels, Bigger, and Wright covertly reject the status of the ‘other.’’
    • ‘His dissemblance of a moderate was misleading and devious.’
    • ‘In this respect the US nuclear policy has been one of dissemblance and equivocation.’
    • ‘He conjured up a dissemblance of his own, a side-show of Powell being sent to the area of Sharon's crime against humanity to arrange a cease-fire.’