WHAT AN INTERESTING WORD & YET IT HOLDS SO MUCH IN UNDERSTANDING. THIS WORD COULD LULL US TO SLEEP BY LIVING IN IT'S PRESENCE.
FAKE: adjective 1. not genuine; imitation or counterfeit. "she got on the plane with a fake passport" synonyms: forgery, counterfeit, copy, sham, fraud, hoax, imitation, mock-up, dummy, reproduction, lookalike, likeness; informa: lphoney, pirate, knock-off, rip-off, dupe "one of the sculptures was found to be a fake" counterfeit, forged, fraudulent, sham, imitation, false, bogus, spurious, pseudo; worthless, invalid; informal: phoney, dud "he gave his wife fake banknotes" imitation, artificial, synthetic, simulated, reproduction, replica, ersatz, plastic, man-made, dummy, false, mock, sham, bogus, so-called; informal: pretend, phoney, fakey, pseudo "they adorn themselves with fake diamonds" NOUN: fake; plural noun: fakes 1. a thing that is not genuine; a forgery or sham. "fakes of Old Masters" synonyms: forgery, counterfeit, copy, sham, fraud, hoax, imitation, mock-up, dummy, reproduction, lookalike, likeness; informal: phoney, pirate, knock-off, rip-off, dupe "one of the sculptures was found to be a fake"
VERB verb: fake; 3rd person present: fakes; past tense: faked; past participle: faked; gerund or present participle: faking 1. forge or counterfeit (something). "she faked her spouse's signature" synonyms: forge, counterfeit, falsify, sham, feign, mock up, copy, reproduce, replicate; doctor, alter, tamper with, tinker with; informal: pirate; informal: fiddle (with) "her death certificate was faked"
By Christopher Hilton . . .
WHAT IS THE BEHAVIOUR REVOLUTION?