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1. to represent fictitiously; put on an appearance of.

2. to invent fictitiously or deceptively, as a story or an excuse.

3. to imitate deceptively.

4. to make believe; pretend.

Etymology: Middle English fei(g)nen < Old French feign-, present stem of feindre < Latin fingere, “to shape, invent, feign”.

[Antonio Javier Caparo - The Shifter]

For the next five questions my muse can not tell a lie.

Abuse this.

(via theresafeatherinmydrink)

(via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

(Source: warhorseworkshop, via worththeworry-deactivated201406)

(Source: killedtheinnocentpeople, via mirroir)

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TMI Tuesday


((whoops, forgot that was today!))

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a villain; good-for-nothing scoundrel; ruffian; evil doer.

Etymology: origin unknown, used by Shakespeare in Henry IV (1597~).

[Victo Ngai]

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