- n. Plural form of faker.
“But our nature romancers -- a fairer term than "fakers," since they do not willingly "fake" -- teach the background and tradition of our soil.”
“Ultimately though, it is up to the item owners to make a judgment on how and when to exclude "fakers".”
“One of the men behind controversial pop act MILLI VANILLI has hit out at the current batch of chart toppers, branding them "fakers".”
“The market already exists and these same "fakers" would otherwise easily be able to find marijuana through other means.”
“Westmoreland's classless quote is recalled by doctors and nurses at the 93rd who were then treating those "fakers" and was recorded for posterity in David Maraniss's Vietnam epic,”
“On the other hand, she had no truck with "fakers" either.”
“a number of unscrupulous "fakers," or bogus-mediums, employed a system where this class of phenomena was counterfeited by trick methods.”
“It is unlikely that 'fakers' would go through all of the trouble. ”
“The fakers cultivate grime and they want money, not coffee.”
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