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copy fraudulently
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  • forge — vb forged, forg·ing vt: to make, alter, or imitate (as a writing) falsely with intent to defraud: counterfeit vi: to commit forgery forg·er n Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster …   Law dictionary

  • counterfeit — I. v. a. 1. Forge, make a spurious copy of, imitate fraudulently, copy fraudulently. 2. Feign, simulate, sham, put on the appearance of. 3. Imitate, copy. II. a. 1. Forged, spurious, fraudulent, supposititious. 2. Feigned, false, simulated, sham …   New dictionary of synonyms

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  • counterfeit — counterfeiter, n. counterfeitly, adv. counterfeitness, n. /kown teuhr fit /, adj. 1. made in imitation so as to be passed off fraudulently or deceptively as genuine; not genuine; forged: counterfeit dollar bills. 2. pretended; unreal: counterfeit …   Universalium

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