All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • She fakes being ill so that she can study the book better.
  • A long-standing theory among some fans is that he faked his death.
  • While people can fake in practice they seldom do so to any significant level.
  • But it later turns out that he had faked his death yet again.
  • Though she was faking to make it appear like it was new to her.
  • She is nearly caught, but fakes her death after running in front of a car.
  • In addition, fake wood needs a wood look and feel on the surface.
  • But sometimes people make fake ones and put then up to sell.
  • They are fake natural numbers which are "larger" than any actual natural number.
  • It was revealed days later that Chance faked his death for his own protection.
  • The following year, she divorced him after his continued lies about his faked death.
  • A play usually run from a wing-t formation that includes a variety of play fakes.
  • Since then he has been in hiding, having faked his death during the revolution.
  • From that point on, every test success was written off as faked.
  • They became lovers, but she soon fakes her death in order to leave him.
  • He originally started playing with only his right hand and fake playing with his left, as his teacher did so herself.
  • She disappeared, and later returned and did time for faking her death.
  • Ryan, however has faked his death, and leaves town to protect his wife.
  • After realizing the power of his words he faked his own death.
  • He faked his death after he lost the family's money and wanted that they can have a normal life.
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Meaning of fake

  • noun Something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be