feign[ feyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF feign
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEIGN
He has no conception of what to do, and his folly is to feign folly.
At first she tried to feign astonishment and reply that she had heard nothing.
Madame had never seen him so exasperated, and this illustrious nobleman was advised to feign a necessity for visiting his estates.
Surely, he thought, no woman could feign the love she had shown for him.
Not the manners, which I could feign, nor the vices, which I could feel.
I had no need to feign an interest in her, for I felt the most tender concern.
To sit quiet and feign indifference required all his self-control.
The girls said, "I ought to feign sickness, to get a little rest."
Hearing of the stout aunt, Pepi laughed and then began to feign horror.
Was there stealing into her heart a secret that taught her to feign?