verb (used with object), forged, forg·ing.
verb (used without object), forged, forg·ing.
Origin of forge1
Related formsforge·a·ble, adjectiveforg·er, nounre·forge·a·ble, adjectiveun·forge·a·ble, adjective
Examples from the Web for forger
If we wondered where a forger would get the materials to forge a text like this, we need look no further than eBay.Dismembering History: The Shady Online Trade in Ancient Texts|Candida Moss|November 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the true forgery—like the work of Han van Meegeren, the Dutch World War 2-era forger of Vermeer—is actually very rare.Are Over Half the Works on the Art Market Really Fakes?|Tom Sykes|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sutherland had unwittingly purchased the paintings from a forger in California on eBay.
Of course these are derivative, too, almost as though Serra were his own pupil, or a forger of his own pieces.
The Daily Pic, Met Monday Edition: A forger's Rembrandt may carry us back to the master's own day.
The color of the ink used by the forger was not the same as that in the signature.The Scarlet Feather|Houghton Townley
The workings of a forger's brain are not within the compass of my experiences.The Ivory Gate, a new edition|Walter Besant
After a forger grows to be an expert, he can move from town to town.Crime: Its Cause and Treatment|Clarence Darrow
We can prove that you are not only a swindler but a forger, and our success will consign you to a prison cell.The Young Acrobat of the Great North American Circus|Horatio Alger Jr.
It is true Bellfield might have been a forger, or a thief, or a returned convict,—but then his debts could not be large.Can You Forgive Her?|Anthony Trollope