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feigned
used in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

5 uses
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Definition
pretended — usually pretending to feel something
  • GEORGE (Feigned awe): Very good!
    1 — Act 1 (32% in)
feigned = pretending to feel

(editor's note:  In this context, awe means "great respect and admiration.")
  • GEORGE (Feigned incredulousness) You really don't know what to say?
    1 — Act 1 (31% in)
  • GEORGE: (Gives NICK a long stare, of feigned incredulity .... then his attention moves) Not one son of a bitch got killed.
    1 — Act 1 (41% in)
  • GEORGE (Feigned disdain) I've never heard of anything more ridiculous in my life.
    1 — Act 1 (81% in)
  • GEORGE (Feigned glee) From the bedroom!
    3 — Act 3 (28% in)

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