Counterfeit [adjective]

Definition of Counterfeit:

fake, simulated

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Sentence/Example of Counterfeit:

As we reported last year, there is an exploding demand for expensive rare whiskies—yes, even in the middle of a global pandemic—so naturally there has been a corresponding increase in the number of counterfeit bottles infiltrating the market.

Ballot scanners verify that the ballot is printed on special ballot stock and most ballot envelopes have some kind of unique barcode that allows election officials to detect counterfeit ballots.

For years, North Korea’s Kim dynasty has made money through criminal schemes like drug trafficking and counterfeiting cash.

Adidas and Nike even use it to search the web for counterfeit shoes.

But at the instant I caught a sight of my counterfeit presentment in a shop window, and veiled my haughty crest.

As well might we say that because there are counterfeit bank bills in existence, therefore, none are genuine.

In other words, since counterfeit bank bills exist therefore none are genuine.

Princes' sons never have their fathers tried for passing counterfeit money.

Several factories where counterfeit bread tickets were printed have been discovered in Berlin.

After dinner we all went to the Church stile, and there eat and drank, and I was as merry as I could counterfeit myself to be.