Noun(1) pretending to be another person
(1) He is generous and tolerant of the young and aspiring, but a merciless adversary when he detects a dominating, powerful academic figure in pomposity or imposture .(2) How can an otherwise sane individual become so enamored of a fantasy, an imposture , that even after it's exposed in the bright light of day he still clings to it - indeed, clings to it all the harder?(3) Sometimes the road to illusion is created by hoaxers, people who engage in deliberate acts of trickery with the aim of proving how gullible other people can be when a skillful imposture is presented.(4) Before I could tell her about the inadvertent imposture that had occurred, she walked off the show in a huge huff with both signatures in hand.(5) When threatened with ├ö├ç├┐a very painful experiment├ö├ç├û to uncover any secret, she confessed her imposture on December 7 and was charged as a ├ö├ç├┐notorious and vile cheat├ö├ç├û.(6) Have the Australian media ANY interest in this imposture ├ö├ç┬¬?(7) With his own unconscious collusion, she had used him treacherously in an imposture which denied his separate identity and threatened to undo entirely the life work of individuation separation implied in identity formation.(8) To be sure, force may no longer take the form of plunder and extortion, and fraud may no longer appear as deliberate imposture and chicanery.(9) I discovered the imposture as soon as her doppelgÔö£├▒nger arrived(10) We do not accuse the authors of the imposture of relativism.(11) What the monologue thus conceives is an experience under negation, never fully bound in the present, another mode of imposture .(12) Thus the blurring of reality and fiction comes full circle: the impostor now gets to play himself in a film depicting his imposture and its consequences.(13) He harks back to Adam Smith, who wrote that competition among faiths would make religion ├ö├ç├┐free from every mixture of absurdity, imposture , or fanaticism.├ö├ç├û(14) in a day and a night of violence and imposture William Bentley also succeeds in capturing a smuggler(15) She should have been able to see through this outrageous imposture , but she needed this man to be her long-lost son.(16) His imposture was an attempt to gain some self-esteem.
(1) imposture :: imposture
2. pretense ::
3. deceit ::
4. deception ::
5. trickery ::
6. artifice ::
7. subterfuge ::
8. feint ::
9. hoax ::
10. trick ::
11. ruse ::
12. dodge ::
13. con ::
14. scam ::
15. flimflam ::
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