Noun(1) a person who makes deceitful pretenses
(1) Everyone thought I knew what I was doing, but I felt like a fraud, an impostor , the Great Pretender!(2) On his part, he had no doubts that the claimant was an impostor and his supporters fools and rogues.(3) Two envelopes, A and B. Something to be signed and witnessed, just to prove I'm not an impostor; but would an impostor go to all this trouble?(4) Almost from the moment he died, and it was revealed that he was not an Apache halfbreed but an Englishman, Grey Owl has been depicted largely as a fake or fraud, an impostor .(5) He turned detective, tracked down the impostor and called the police.(6) These rapacious relations managed to poison her ears, arguing the new man was an impostor out to swindle her and them.(7) It is, then, not only the impostor 's willingness to deceive on which their success depends, but the fact that we are on the whole astonishingly trusting and generally do not expect to be lied to.(8) the charity has warned anyone approached by the impostor to contact police immediately(9) Socrates concluded that the ethics experts of his time were impostors , or to be more precise, that they were flatterers who had a knack for telling affluent Athenians just what they wanted to hear.(10) The budding scientists of today will need to prepare themselves to do battle with silliness, impostors , tricksters and fraudsters.(11) As Kipling put it in his poem: ├ö├ç├┐If you can meet with triumph and disaster, and treat those two impostors just the same├ö├ç┬¬├ö├ç├û(12) Original, well thought-out ideas will be rewarded and impostors won't last.(13) Purple Hearts are only given to American soldiers killed or injured in battle, and there have recently been cases of impostors using fake military medals to get ahead in business.(14) If you poke them a bit (and maybe buy them a few drinks), many academics will confess to sometimes feeling like impostors perennially threatened with humiliating exposure.(15) But even apart from the reactionary content of their politics, the dearth of substantive analysis brands them as charlatans and imposters .(16) According to the GAO, the majority of passport fraud uncovered in 2004 involved imposters using legitimate identification documents belonging to someone else.
(1) impostor :: 詐欺師
3. pretender ::
7. trickster ::
8. fraudster ::
10. fake ::
11. fraud ::
12. sham ::
13. phony ::
Different Formsimpostor, impostors
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