Examples of faux in a Sentence
even the animal rights activists were fooled by the faux furs
Recent Examples of faux from the Web
After chopping her mane into a short and chic bob, she's consistently switched it up with butt-length extensions and faux bangs.
The coat is made of two kinds of fake fur, faux leather, and some white rabbit fur at the hem.
There’s a park onsite with tents and a faux fireplace, and a kid’s area to play on real grass—nowhere else in the world does such a thing exist with planes flying overhead, all on the runway.
The walls and ground are made of salt, and the ceiling has faux stalactites and twinkly lights.
The dining area is on a terrace overlooking the famous Medusa pool and at tables right by the pool set on faux grass, white tablecloth of course.
Their artwork, printed and applied to faux brick panels, will be on display.
In years past, attendees might have glimpsed a faux alligator lurking among water lilies or a dragon standing over a cauldron full of flowers.
Braided Topknot Because topknots are more fun with braids and faux bangs. 1.
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Origin and Etymology of faux
First Known Use: 1684See Words from the same year
Synonymsartificial, bogus, dummy, ersatz, factitious, fake, false, imitation, imitative, man-made, mimic, mock, pretend, sham, simulated, substitute, synthetic
Antonymsgenuine, natural, real
Related Wordscultured, manufactured, process; unauthentic; adulterated, designer, doctored, engineered, fudged, juggled, manipulated, tampered (with); concocted, fabricated; counterfeit, deceptive, forged, fraudulent, misleading, phony (also phoney); affected, brummagem, feigned, pinchbeck, pseudo, spurious
Near Antonymsauthentic, bona fide, legitimate, true; premium, quality, valuable; pure, unadulterated
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