Noun(1) an alloy of copper and zinc that is used in cheap jewelry to imitate gold
Adjective(1) serving as an imitation or substitute
(1) Of course, Muggeridge was unreformed, and when he actually decided to take religion seriously he was contemptuously dismissed as ‘a pinchbeck Savonarola’.(2) The first had been newly choreographed by Ashton and looked for the most part like little more than a pinchbeck parody of a Soviet-style solo.
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