make believe

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A hero does not try to make believe he is something which he is not.

That Elviry critter likes to make believe she's the Queen of Sheby.

I say it will pay us—you and Al and me—to make believe we're workin' even if we ain't.

Well, then, I'd pick up that coal-hod and make believe play for a spell.

There was only one thing to do—to make believe I was 'with him.'

All children and young people like to play, to act, to make believe.

If they want to dress up and make believe they are Egyptians, I give them clothes.

That is a make believe ruby, Berta, and Beth's is a sapphire.

Of course all this was "only make believe," as children say.

Then what did the cunning little thing do but make believe he was dead!

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