Adjective(1) not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article
(1) Here he screams at my friend Stephanie's faux pregnant belly.(2) The charm and winning portrayal cannot support the weight of predictability, unrealism, and faux sentimentality.(3) One easy way to personalize your room is to use faux painting, which creates texture or visual interest.(4) Add faux stitching around the edges of the dress with a fine tip marker.(5) Edgestitch along the overlapped edges of each faux suede section.(6) Despite her faux humbleness, the rants and abnormalities look set to continue.(7) Unabashedly direct, the productions revel in their own faux facade with an almost conspiratorial glee.(8) More interesting than this faux historicism is the developer's integration of Victoria Gardens streets with Rancho Cucamonga's city streets.(9) I don't want cute little sayings stamped into the faux leather.(10) The title essay reflects on how faux information becomes news and news becomes sound bites.(11) This faux outrage wouldn't get first place in an 8th grade talent show.(12) Tiles for the faux fireplace are being installed today.(13) Galaxy Angel uses faux seriousness to its advantage, creating ludicrous scenarios that somehow seem plausible.(14) My grandmother, Ruthie, used a little barrel shaped fan in her living room with a faux red marble top.(15) She stretches her eyes in faux surprise.(16) I am thinking of adopting a faux Californian accent for such situations.
(1) faux pas :: faux pas
1. imitation ::
2. fake ::
4. simulated ::
1. genuine ::
2. natural ::
3. real ::
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