from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who forges, forms, or makes; specifically, a smith; a wright.
- noun One who makes something by false imitation; a falsifier; specifically, one who makes or issues a counterfeit document; a person guilty of forgery.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who forges, makes, of forms; a fabricator; a falsifier.
- noun Especially: One guilty of forgery; one who makes or issues a counterfeit document.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Person who
falsifies documentswith intentto defraud, eg, to create a false will.
- noun Person who
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun someone who makes copies illegally
- noun someone who operates a forge
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He noted the horror of Mr. Harley at the term forger; he observed Mr. Harley's growing sense of helplessness as he, Storri, set forth how Mr. Harley lay in the toils.
But as Angle pointed out, The first concern of every forger is to secure old paper, and on the whole it is easily accomplished.
A cheque forger is certainly a criminal and deserves to be punished, but does he need to be locked up in Kingston at monumental cost, just putting in time and reflecting on how he got caught?
Australian Coin forger’s Charlotte Medal fetches a pretty penny
A forger is the one criminal most hated in Wall Street, and as soon as it was announced that he was one, the stranger was instantly surrounded and captured.
The banker, however, was a more important person than the clergyman, and his evident anxiety to lay hands on the forger was a thing not to be overlooked.
Grauert, for whom the forger is a Frankish subject, shares the view of Hergenröther, i.e. the forger had in mind a defence of the new Western Empire from the attacks of the Byzantines.
The most difficult signature for the forger is the clear, plain, copybook-modelled autograph.
Whenever I've heard those stories about chaps who are brilliant forgers of art, who can copy a Da Vinci or a Rembrandt so perfectly that that even Mrs Da Vinci or a random art expert couldn't tell the difference, they always say that the forger was a brilliant artist himself.
a runaway forger, which is not pleasant anyway, and if you doubt it, only try; but needs must when the old boy drives.