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used in Great Expectations

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false; or not genuine — often seeming plausible, or intentionally deceptive
  • That I should innocently take a bad half-crown of somebody else's manufacture is reasonable enough; but that I should knowingly reckon the spurious coin of my own make as good money!
    Chapter 28 (6% in)

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