faked

adjective
\ˈfākd \

Definition of faked 

: made, done, or altered with intent to deceive: such as

a : forged sense 2 discovered the faked documents Unsuspecting users click on this faked site instead of the real site.— Bruce Schneier

b : simulated in order to deceive an opponent a faked punt His first outside shot, however, was blocked, but he came back with a faked shot and then a sweet bounce pass to O'Sullivan for a layup.— Ira Berkow

First Known Use of faked

1878, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of faked was in 1878

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