disguise herself as

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  • Women were not allowed to do this, so she disguised herself as a man.
  • She therefore disguised herself as her own maid and went to see the woman. Cited from Letters of Lady Spencer-Stanhope, v1, by Stirling
  • When her country needs it most, she disguises herself as a man and goes off to fight.
  • When her mother is killed and her house destroyed, she disguises herself as a boy and leaves to find her father.
  • For some of these articles she disguised herself as various ethnic types.
  • She eventually tricks him into giving her the lead part by disguising herself as a French star.
  • She was not long in deciding against disguising herself as a working woman. Cited from The Conflict, by David Graham Phillips
  • The Woman disguises herself as Mary and says she'll play the greatest role of her career.
  • She asked her mother's permission to disguise herself as a male student so that she could enter the university there.
  • She cut her hair, disguised herself as a boy, and set out with a gusli.
  • She was the one who sent Yellow on a mission to find Red, and disguised herself as a boy.
  • Although she disguised herself as a man, her sex was suspected because of how she put on her shoes.
  • It was very clever of the lady to disguise herself as an unknown man. Cited from Punch, Vol. 158, January 28th, 1920, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • She disguised herself as the musician again, and her husband promised her whatever reward she wished.
  • This caused the Evil Queen to disguise herself as different women to kill Snow White.
  • She disguises herself as a servant and manages to get hold of the contract.
  • Having spoken thus, she departed, and upon reaching her own house disguised herself as a devotee. Cited from The Arabian Nights Entertainments Complete
  • To get it, she disguised herself as Gina and tried to kill off the real one.
  • She disguises herself as a shepherd and runs away to the forest.
  • She disguises herself as a man and becomes a sailor on a merchant ship.
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