imposter[ im-pos-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF imposter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPOSTER
The earl looked on him as an imposter and would have nothing to do with him.
This Mejnour is an imposter more dangerous, because more in earnest, than Zanoni.
Joanna Southcott, a noted English fanatic and imposter, died.
He has even added: If he had been, he would have been an imposter.
Had the imposter, now slain by the wild boar, taken it from him?
She thinks,' he explained naively, as if to himself, 'she thinks I am an imposter.
“The damp and cold will be bad for her, no doubt,” agreed the imposter.
He was an imposter; I had not employed any one to perform such errands for me.
If he were not king he was a sham, an imposter, a thing to be destroyed.
By playing the imposter and winning your way into an unsuspecting confidence.