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A body, arm or eye movement, or combination of these, which act to freeze a defensive player or make him leave defensive positioning, to the advantage of the offensive player It is an offensive foul to feint on a four metre foul
A body, arm or eye movement, or combination of these, which act to freeze a defensive player or make him/her leave defensive positioning, to the advantage of the offensive player
a body, arm, or eye movement, or combination of these, which freeze a defensive player or makes him leave defensive positioning, to the advantage of the offensive player
The use of deceptive moves to put an opponent off guard
present participle of feint
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Feigned; counterfeit
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The narrowest rule used in the production of lined writing paper (C19: Variant of FAINT)
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To make a feint, or mock attack
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An offensive movement resembling an attack in all but its continuance
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any sham, pretense, or deceptive movement
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{n} a false show, pretense
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What a fencer does after they get their credit card bill from a tournament weekend
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A fake attack that's intended to create an opening for a genuine attack
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A deceptive movement by a player, which can be applied with or without the ball, meant to fake out an opponent
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{i} deception; diversionary tactic; pretense
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A threatening movement made with the intention of provoking a parry or similar response Feints may be made by the blade or body, e g a foot movement Often a feint is accompanied by an advance
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In sport or military conflict, if someone feints, they make a brief movement in a different direction from the one they intend to follow, as a way of confusing or deceiving their opponent. I feinted to the left, then to the right They feinted and concentrated forces against the most fortified line of the enemy side. a movement or an attack that is intended to deceive an opponent, especially in boxing (feinte, from feindre; FEIGN). to pretend to hit someone in boxing
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any distracting or deceptive maneuver (as a mock attack) deceive by a mock action; "The midfielder feinted to shoot
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A mock blow or attack on one part when another part is intended to be struck; said of certain movements in fencing, boxing, war, etc
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Character sacrifices previous attack with same or different weapon to gain a +2 to Attack with subsequent attack
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pretend to strike a blow, as in: His strategy was to feint with his right hand while preparing to deliver a mighty blow with his left
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A false attack designed to force an opponent into a reaction that opens the way to a genuine attack
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When coming up on a corner, to make a quick maneuver in the opposite direction to get a better line through the corner
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That which is feigned; an assumed or false appearance; a pretense; a stratagem; a fetch
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any distracting or deceptive maneuver (as a mock attack)
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A movement made to confuse the opponent, a dummy
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directed toward a different part from the intended strike
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An attack into one line with the intention of switching to another line before the attack is completed
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deceive by a mock action; "The midfielder feinted to shoot"
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attacking into one line with the intention of switching to another line before the attack is completed
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a subtle blade movement designed to lure the opponent into making a parry Nearly always followed by an attack
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{f} deceive; perform a diversionary tactic; pretend
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Any deceptive movement that disconcerts an opponent before or during the service
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(pronounced FAYNT) a deceptive action calculated to divert attention from one's real purpose; or it's a forthright imitation of a deceptive action or actions to come
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(Army) a form of attack used to deceive the enemy as to the location or time of the actual decisive operation Forces conducting a feint seek direct fire contact with the enemy but avoid decisive engagement (FM 3-0)
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