Can be confusedfaker fakir
Definition for faker (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), faked, fak·ing.
- to improvise: to fake an accompaniment.
- to play (music) without reading from a score.
verb (used without object), faked, fak·ing.
- to trick; deceive: She faked me out by acting friendly and then stole my job.
- to surprise, as by a sudden reversal: They thought we weren't coming back, but we faked them out by showing up during dinner.
Origin of fake1
Examples from the Web for faker
The idea that Dylan is a faker, unless everything he wrote came out of his own imagination—word for word, note for note—is absurd.
But in earthenware the majority of marks were impressed in the ware and this cheats the "faker" of his quarry.Chats on Old Earthenware|Arthur Hayden
Jack would have had one word for Macedoine and one only—Faker.Captain Macedoine's Daughter|William McFee
"I said I was going to make a moving picture of that faker," repeated Russ.The Moving Picture Girls Snowbound|Laura Lee Hope