Feigns [verb]

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Skilled physicians feign indifference to their calling that they may smack of the kennel and the hunting-field.

She answered coldly that she could not feign; indifferent she was to everything on earth, indifferent she always should be.

Knoblock's sincere indignation wins, and the secretary backs away from the bedroom as I plunge under the covers and feign sleep.

Something prompted Jack to lie still and feign sleep, while he kept his gaze on the man, who was looking fixedly at him.

In addition to the bedtime story, Peter found it necessary to feign great weariness in order to suggest a similar feeling in Pat.

For they both invent, feign and devise many things, and accommodate all they invent to the use and service of Nature.

For great and popular men feign themselves to be servants to others to make those slaves to them.

Mrs. Nicholson advised him to feign himself ill, and undertook to appear in his stead.

The lady had to feign a continued lack of consciousness in order to deceive the enemy.

The chapel is in an out-of-the-way street, and I can feign an excuse for getting the key from Drone.