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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fake.

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Examples

  • The clearest argument that the Moon landings weren't faked is that we haven't done it again for many decades.

    Apollo LEMS on The Moon - NASA Watch

  • The mention of it brings back memories of fuss one would create when something in the plate looked unfamiliar or one faked is too spicy.

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  • Perrin faked to his right before pulling the puck back and shooting past Thibault to the left side of the net, ending the Sabres 'three-game winning streak.

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  • The Senators 'captain faked a slap shot and hesitated on a 2-on-1 with Mike Fisher before putting a wrist shot past Thibault from the right side.

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  • On third down, Madkin faked a handoff and found Donald Lee all alone in the snow-covered end zone for a 3-yard touchdown pass to tie it with

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  • On third down, Madkin faked a handoff and found Donald Lee all alone in the snow-covered end zone for a 3-yard touchdown pass to tie it with 1: 30 left.

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  • He made a pass from the right side of the blue line and Sundin faked left before lifting a shot over Hedberg's glove side for a 2-0 cushion.

    National Hockey League - Penguins vs. Maple Leafs

  • Her character is a true corporate drone, and even her human touches are faked, that is until she is forced to confront the taking of a human life then, Gilroy shows her sweating, the armpits of her blouse stained, one human touch that even she can't fake.

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  • In accordance with the party that ` s why he didn ` t go down there and he certainly wasn ` t going to go after a loss to validate the victory that is being called faked of Hillary Clinton.

    CNN Transcript Jan 30, 2008

  • My only point was that if Obama's "biographical" details can be "faked" - so, too, can McCain's - or anyone else's.

    Accuracy In Media

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