Impostor and Master


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Impostor noun – One who makes false claims of identity or expertise.
Usage example: the man who claimed to be a prince turned out to be an impostor

Master is an antonym for impostor.
Nearby Words: imposture, impost
Antonyms for Impostor


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Master noun – A person with a high level of knowledge or skill in a field.
Impostor is an antonym for master.
Nearby Words: mastery, masterly, masterful, mastered, masterfully
Antonyms for Master
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How words are described

true true impostor true master
real real impostor real master
evil evil impostor evil master
mysterious mysterious impostor mysterious master
Other adjectives: insane, previous.

Both words in one sentence

  • Actually, I Am Him When people challenge the impostor, Train steps up to the plate, claiming that the other guys aren't "worthy for [Train's] master to spit on." THEN the imposter notices the XIII tattoo, and the unique gun...
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Master and Impostor. (2016). Retrieved 2021, April 14, from
Impostor & Master. N.p., 2016. Web. 14 Apr. 2021. <>.
Master or Impostor. 2016. Accessed April 14, 2021.

Antonyms for impostor
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