Definition for imposter (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Origin of impost1
Related formsim·post·er, noun
Examples from the Web for imposter
Worse still, they called on an expert witness—an imposter—who made a mockery of scientific procedure.‘The Staircase’: Director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade on Michael Peterson, Owls, and More|Jean-Xavier de Lestrade|March 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Later, he was captured by Henry, “confessed” that he was an imposter and was executed.
With the real Bert Rodriguez in view, word seems to be spreading quickly that I am an imposter.
“Philip did not seem ever to feel like an imposter in his own life,” she thinks to herself, more than once.
This Mejnour is an imposter more dangerous, because more in earnest, than Zanoni.Zanoni|Edward Bulwer Lytton
The evident success of the imposter wrought his own downfall.The Mark of the Beast|Sidney Watson
He denounced Luzancy as an imposter, and berated the whole English people for accepting the conspiracy myth.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
Had the imposter, now slain by the wild boar, taken it from him?Quest of the Golden Ape|Ivar Jorgensen
The theory that Joseph Smith was a conscious fraud, an imposter, has fallen to the ground.Defense of the Faith and the Saints (Volume 1 of 2)|B. H. Roberts