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  • adjective
    US or chiefly Brit phoney phonier; -est
    not true, real, or genuine :intended to make someone think something that is not true
    He gave a phony name to the police. = The name he gave the police was phony.
    a phony [=(more commonlycounterfeit] $100 bill
    She's been talking in a phony [=fakeIrish accent all day.
    of a person :not honest or sincere :saying things that are meant to deceive people
    US or chiefly Brit phoney , pl phonies
    [count] informal
    a person who pretends to be someone else or to have feelings or abilities that he or she does not really have :a person who is not sincere
    I don't think she ever meant to help usWhat a phony!
    something that is not real or genuine
    The painting is a phony. [=fake]