pretenses

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plural of pretense
false pretenses
plural form of false pretense
pretense
{n} a showing what is not real, a claim
false pretenses
(Kanun) False pretenses or obtaining property by false pretenses is a common law crime in the United States, where its statutory forms handle situations not covered by the definition of larceny
pretense
The act of laying claim; the claim laid; assumption; pretension
pretense
That which is pretended; false, deceptive, or hypocritical show, argument, or reason; pretext; feint
pretense
{i} feigning, pretending; impersonation; false show, false appearance; claim, assertion
pretense
imaginative intellectual play
pretense
pretending with intention to deceive
pretense
Intention; design
pretense
the act of giving a false appearance; "his conformity was only pretending"
pretense
a false or unsupportable quality
pretense
A false or hypocritical profession, as, under pretense of friendliness; sham, pretext, claim; an effort to give some appearance or mislead
pretense
the act of giving a false appearance; "his conformity was only pretending" imaginative intellectual play pretending with intention to deceive
pretense
an artful or simulated semblance; "under the guise of friendship he betrayed them"
pretense
{f} pretend, feign; impersonate; put on a false show, create a false appearance; claim wrongly, make a false assertion
pretense
imaginative intellectual play pretending with intention to deceive
pretense
The act of holding out, or offering, to others something false or feigned; presentation of what is deceptive or hypocritical; deception by showing what is unreal and concealing what is real; false show; simulation; as, pretense of illness; under pretense of patriotism; on pretense of revenging Cæsar's death
pretense
see pretence. the American spelling of pretence (pretensse, from praetendere; PRETEND)
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    /prēˈtensəz/ /priːˈtɛnsɪz/

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    (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Middle French pretensse, from Medieval Latin praetensa, from Late Latin, feminine of praetensus, past participle of Latin praetendere.

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