Front and Impersonation


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Front noun – A display of emotion or behavior that is insincere or intended to deceive.
Usage example: that smile is just a front—I don't think she actually likes me at all

Impersonation and front are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Impersonation" instead a noun "Front".
Nearby Words: fronted, frontal, frontline, frontage, fronting
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Impersonation noun – Pretending to be another person.
Front and impersonation are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Front" instead a noun "Impersonation".
Nearby Words: impersonate, impersonal, impersonator, impersonated, impersonally
Synonyms for Impersonation

How words are described

good good front good impersonation
full full front full impersonation
perfect perfect front perfect impersonation
fake fake front fake impersonation
Other adjectives: actual, bad, easy, new, political, racist.

Both words in one sentence

  • IKEA Erotica: Sort of; Cammon undresses in front of the extremely naïve Amalie so that he can explain very matter-of-factly “where everything goes.” Impersonation Gambit: Subverted; Kirra spends most of the second book shapeshifted into the form of her half-sister, Casserah.
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