counterfeit

All Noun Verb
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  • The one woman in the world of counterfeits would come to him, and set him free. Cited from Prisoners, by Mary Cholmondeley
  • You cannot escape from its counterfeits; but if you have seen it you do not mind. Cited from Roving East and Roving West, by E.V. Lucas
  • It is one of the most extensive systems of counterfeiting that the world has seen. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 72, October, 1863, by Various
  • Any edition with a track list that does not match the list shown here, is a counterfeit.
  • "You can tell him that you are working up this case of the counterfeits." Cited from The Mansion of Mystery, by Chester K. Steele
  • We thought they were the best counterfeits we ever saw. Cited from The Banner Boy Scouts Afloat, by George A. Warren
  • The original has long since been destroyed, and a round dozen of counterfeits along with it. Cited from Memoirs of Popular Delusions V1, by Charles MacKay
  • Nevertheless, he spent the following years in and out of prison various counterfeiting charges.
  • Due to mass counterfeiting in China it is not certain whether the company actually created the game.
  • A counterfeiting law-factory, standing half in a slave land and half in free! Cited from A Plea for Captain John Brown, by Thoreau
  • The value of the cards has led to a great deal of counterfeiting over the years.
  • A great deal of effort goes into finding methods to reduce or prevent counterfeiting.
  • And if they could not be found, they might be counterfeited. Cited from English Literature, by Henry Coppee
  • The manner, of course, may be counterfeited and put to base uses. Cited from Ars Recte Vivendi, by George William Curtis
  • There is nothing in the world like it, not even its counterfeits. Cited from Fables of Infidelity and Facts of Faith, by Robert Patterson
  • "Do you think those counterfeits had anything to do with the crime?" Cited from The Mansion of Mystery, by Chester K. Steele
  • You see, we didn't know how long the old tickets had been counterfeited. Cited from Joe Strong The Boy Fire-Eater, by Vance Barnum
  • Another, more common near-opposite is the creation of counterfeit money.
  • These new notes include many security features that prevent counterfeiting.
  • There is always the question whether these documents were based on original sources or produced as counterfeits.
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Meaning of counterfeit

  • noun A copy that is represented as the original
  • adjective Not genuine; imitating something superior
    counterfeit emotion, counterfeit money, counterfeit works of art, a counterfeit prince