Fake off



verb phrase

To loaf; idle; goof off (1950s+)

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  • Fake-out

    [feyk] /feɪk/ verb (used with object), faked, faking. 1. prepare or make (something specious, deceptive, or fraudulent): to fake a report showing nonexistent profits. 2. to conceal the defects of or make appear more attractive, interesting, valuable, etc., usually in order to deceive: The story was faked a bit to make it more sensational. 3. […]

  • Faker

    [fey-ker] /ˈfeɪ kər/ noun 1. a person who . 2. a petty swindler. 3. a peddler or street vendor of articles of dubious value. [feyk] /feɪk/ verb (used with object), faked, faking. 1. prepare or make (something specious, deceptive, or fraudulent): to fake a report showing nonexistent profits. 2. to conceal the defects of or […]



  • Fakery

    [fey-kuh-ree] /ˈfeɪ kə ri/ noun, plural fakeries. 1. the practice or result of .

  • Fake someone out

    verb phrase To bluff or deceive someone; mislead: Bailey had faked out Keuper into using a preempt (1940s+ Sports)



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