I could likely feign my way through a short story—a very short story—in Farsi.
They cannot feign ignorance at the end of a journey that was ugly all along.
But anyone who can feign a relationship for 40 days can surely do it for one meal.
But a bystander suggested he feign injury, lay back down in front of the car, in order to collect an insurance claim.
Give us a moment to feign excitement...TVLine Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy went trick-or-treating together.
Wolves are most treacherous brutes, and sometimes badly wounded ones will feign to be dead when very far from it.
He has no conception of what to do, and his folly is to feign folly.
In common justice to Conetta I had to feign an indifference I was far from feeling—which was more of the hypocrisy.
At first she tried to feign astonishment and reply that she had heard nothing.
When you say 'evangelized,' you do not translate, but feign a new word, which is not understood of mere English ears.
c.1300, from Old French feign-, present participle stem of feindre "pretend, represent, imitate, shirk" (12c.), from Latin fingere "to touch, handle; devise; fabricate, alter, change" (see fiction). Related: Feigned; feigning.