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feigned

[feynd]
adjective
1.
pretended; sham; counterfeit: feigned enthusiasm.
2.
assumed; fictitious: a feigned name.
3.
disguised: a feigned voice.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see feign, -ed2

feignedly [fey-nid-lee] , adverb
feignedness, noun
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feign
c.1300, from O.Fr. feign-, pres. stem of feindre "pretend, shirk," from L. fingere "devise, fabricate" (see fiction). Related: Feigned; feigning.
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