Not real; pretended: a feigned modesty. (adjective)
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Use "feigned" in a sentence
"Boehner, speaking today on Fox News, said he brushed off Biden's outburst, which he described as "feigned moral outrage" from the vice president."
"He shook his head, and twinkled his eyes in feigned amusement, and marveled to himself that her intuition should have so squarely hit the mark."
"The first general in feigned outrage tells the Fuhrer that they should exterminate one hundred thousand Jews."