- v.假装，伪装( feign的过去式和过去分词 ); 捏造（借口、理由等）;
"Giles phoned this morning," Mirella said with feigned indifference.
Sally spun round, a feigned look of surprise on her face.
He feigned indifference to criticism of his work.
He accepted the invitation with feigned enthusiasm.
She said good - bye with feigned indifference.
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He feigned death to escape capture.
She feigned surprise and they believed her.
She feigned that she was mad.
Hamlet feigned that he couldn't recognize Polonius.
He feigned an excuse for his absence.
He was consuming with indignation, real or feigned.
Hamlet feigned himself unable to recognize Polonius.
Wu Sun - fu looked swiftly up and roared with what looked like feigned surprise, " What!
吴荪甫立刻抬起眼来,故意吃惊似的喊道: “ 什么!
The farmer feigned that he was dead when he happened to meet a big bear.
He greeted Marion with his voice pitched carefully to avoid either feigned enthusiasm or dislike.
1. not genuine;