Definition of Fakeries

1. Noun. (plural of fakery) ¹



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Definition of Fakeries

1. fakery [n] - See also: fakery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fakeries

fake
fake book
fake etymology
fake the funk
fakeaway
fakeaways
faked
fakeer
fakeers
fakelaki
fakelore
fakely
fakement
fakements
faker
fakeries (current term)
fakers
fakery
fakes
fakest
fakester
fakesters
fakey
fakie
fakies
fakin'
faking
fakir
fakirism
fakirisms

Literary usage of Fakeries

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1. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent (1840)
"... with the British government, insisted that the 3d article of the treaty of September, 1783, relative to the fakeries, was a fundamental and permanent ..."

2. The Phoenix by Michael Monahan (1915)
"A plain American, without frills or fakeries, modest, avoiding the reclame for himself, but daring all for his Idea. A man who has actually DONE something ..."

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