She made a feint of accepting the herb, and then pointed to him and to the road.
And yet it was ministered to, in a dull and abortive manner, by all who made this feint.
He made a feint, as if he were about to strike his pike between its eyes.
"Forgive me if I have stayed too long," she said, making a feint of opening the door.
That which should have been the real attack shall be no more than a feint.
Not bad, that feint––but dangerous, because of the possibility of misjudging the attack.
Salem held one under his nose, in spite of a feint to interrupt them by the soldiers.
Catlike though it was, the feint did not take the big fellow unprepared.
As I was falling it came over me that the attack was only a feint to keep us busy.
I durst not follow them; for it might be a feint to decoy me from my post.