Definition of Counterfeits

1. Noun. (plural of counterfeit) ¹

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Definition of Counterfeits

1. counterfeit [v] - See also: counterfeit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Counterfeits

counterfactual
counterfactuality
counterfactually
counterfactuals
counterfaisance
counterfeisance
counterfeit
counterfeited
counterfeiter
counterfeiters
counterfeiting
counterfeitly
counterfeitness
counterfeitress
counterfeitresses
counterfeits (current term)
counterfeminist
counterfeminists
counterfesance
counterfigure
counterfigures
counterfire
counterfires
counterflashing
counterfleury
counterflory
counterflow
counterflowing
counterflows
counterfoil

Literary usage of Counterfeits

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1. The Five Great Philosophies of Life by William De Witt Hyde (1911)
"III THE counterfeits OF LOVE Just because Love is so costly, ... These counterfeits are chiefly devices for gaining the rewards and honours of Love, ..."

2. Index-digest of the Federal Reserve Act and Amendments by United States (1918)
"counterfeits AND FRAUDULENT, p. 34. To be engraved in the best manner to guard against counterfeits and fraudulent alterations. p. 49. The right to amend, ..."

3. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"There are counterfeits of general names, counterfeits that denote no kinds, ... Such counterfeits tend to impose belief that they correspond to concepts and ..."

4. Heath's Infallible Government Counterfeit Detector, at Sight by Laban Heath (1877)
"ART OF DETECTING counterfeits, WITH RULES FOR GENERAL GUIDANCE. The art of detecting counterfeits consists in becoming thoroughly familiar with genuine work ..."

5. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"There are counterfeits of general names, counterfeits that denote no kinds, ... Such counterfeits tend to impose belief that they correspond to concepts and ..."

6. The Five Great Philosophies of Life by William De Witt Hyde (1911)
"III THE counterfeits OF LOVE Just because Love is so costly, ... These counterfeits are chiefly devices for gaining the rewards and honours of Love, ..."

7. Index-digest of the Federal Reserve Act and Amendments by United States (1918)
"counterfeits AND FRAUDULENT, p. 34. To be engraved in the best manner to guard against counterfeits and fraudulent alterations. p. 49. The right to amend, ..."

8. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"There are counterfeits of general names, counterfeits that denote no kinds, ... Such counterfeits tend to impose belief that they correspond to concepts and ..."

9. Heath's Infallible Government Counterfeit Detector, at Sight by Laban Heath (1877)
"ART OF DETECTING counterfeits, WITH RULES FOR GENERAL GUIDANCE. The art of detecting counterfeits consists in becoming thoroughly familiar with genuine work ..."

10. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"There are counterfeits of general names, counterfeits that denote no kinds, ... Such counterfeits tend to impose belief that they correspond to concepts and ..."

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