Impostor

• (n.) One who imposes upon others; a person who assumes a character or title not his own, for the purpose of deception; a pretender.
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Impostor

Im·pos'tor noun [ Latin impostor a deceiver, from imponere to impose upon, deceive. See Impone .] One who imposes upon others; a person who assumes a character or title not his own, for the purpose of deception; a pretender. 'The fraudulent impostor foul.' Milton.
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impostor

impostor, imposter 1. Someone who pretends to be another person in order to deceive others. 2. A person who practices deception under an assumed character, identity, or name. 3. Anyone who engages in deception under an assumed name or identity. 4. Etymology: from about 1586, from Middle French imposteur, from Late Latin impostorem, impostor; fro...
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