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A charade is an informal composition wherein a word is broken into its component syllables and presented as a series of punning clues to the identity of each part and the whole. From the poor acting usually involved in its dramatic form charades, it has also come to mean any farce or poorly-executed deception.
Charade or Charades may also refer to:
- Charades, originally "acting charades", a parlor game
- Charade (1953 film), an American film featuring James Mason
- Charade (1963 film), an American film starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn
- Charade (1984 film), a Canadian animated short film by John Minnis
- Charades (film), 1998, starring Erika Eleniak
- "Charade" (Revenge), a television episode
- The Charades, a doo-wop group
- "Charade" (1963 song), the theme song for the 1963 film
- Charade, a band renamed from Bonfire
- Charade (Alice album)
- "Charade" (Bee Gees song), 1974
- "Charades" (song), by Serj Tankian
- Charade (Soulcalibur), a character from the Soul series of fighting games
- Charade Circuit, a French auto-racing track
- Daihatsu Charade, an automobile
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