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Definition of: feign

(fān) v.t.
1. To make a false show of; simulate; pretend.
2. To invent deceptively, as excuses.
3. To make up or imagine, as myths or stories.
v.t.

4. To pretend; dissimulate. See synonyms under ASSUME, PRETEND. ♦ Homophones: fain, fane. [<OF feindre <L fingere shape]
—feign·ed·ly
(fā·nid·lē),
—feign′ing·ly
adverb
—feign′er
noun

Most often used phrases:

feign death
feign ignorance
feign illness
feign insanity
feign injury
larry feign
feign madness
feign surrender
also feign
feign consensus
feign retreat
feign surprise
feign innocence
feign sickness
feign anger

'feign' used in domains:

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"feign" has the frequency of use of 0.0001% on city-data.com forum

Phrases starting with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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