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Definition of: phony

(fōne) U.S. Slang adjective ·ni·er, ·ni·est
Fake; false; spurious; counterfeit.
noun

1. Something fake or not genuine.
2. One who impersonates another; an impostor. Also spelled phoney. [<slang E fawney a gilt brass ring used in a fraud <Irish fain(n)e a ring]

Definition of: phony

A (specified) type of sound or sounds: cacophony. Also -phonia, as in aphonia. [<Gk. phōnē sound, voice]

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