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  • noun someone who feints


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  • Burner better be hiring better writers for her staff, because whoever wrote that response to the claim looked like a dodger, spinner, or feinter, who either couldn't or wouldn't answer the question, or didn't really understand what the question was asking.

    Sound Politics: Memo to Prospective Candidates: Vote! 2006

  • Ca va je sais feinter la bonne humeur et l'agreable ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry pinku-tk 2007

  • Wrapped in the white mantle of fog, they drifted slowly away, watching with bated breath the misty outlines of the towering spars grow feinter and fainter, and then vanish altogether, till, although they were but forty yards away, the position of the _Brekenbridge_ was discernible only by a dull blurr of sickly light that came from her stern ports.

    Rodman The Boatsteerer And Other Stories 1898 Louis Becke 1884

  • "No," came the answer, and those in the boat began rowing again, but instead of approaching the ship, she seemed to be swallowed up in the fog, and the _click clack_ of the oars momentarily sounded feinter.

    Rodman The Boatsteerer And Other Stories 1898 Louis Becke 1884


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