What is another word for counterfeiter?

Pronunciation: [kˈa͡ʊntəfˌɪtə] (IPA)

A counterfeiter is someone who makes or sells fake money or goods. Other words that can describe a counterfeiter include forger, faker, imitator, copycat, and fraudster. A forger is someone who makes a fake copy of a document or work of art. A faker is someone who pretends to be something they are not. An imitator is someone who copies the mannerisms or behavior of someone else. A copycat is someone who copies or imitates the work of another person. A fraudster is someone who commits fraud by deceiving others for personal gain. All of these words describe someone who creates something false for their own benefit.

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Usage examples for Counterfeiter

A week passes; they find out that Anissme has been thrown into prison as a counterfeiter.
"Contemporary Russian Novelists"
Serge Persky
A counterfeiter would have to go to a deal of trouble to imitate such material."
"Paul and the Printing Press"
Sara Ware Bassett
Said one, in a low voice, "I tell you that woman is all right; she's no counterfeiter."
"A Woman's Life-Work Labors and Experiences"
Laura S. Haviland

Famous quotes with Counterfeiter

  • God is the Creator; Satan is the counterfeiter.
    Edwin Louis Cole
  • So long as the body is affected through the mind, no audacious device, even of the most manifestly dishonest character, can fail of producing occasional good to those who yield it an implicit or even a partial faith. The argument founded on this occasional good would be as applicable in justifying the counterfeiter and giving circulation to his base coin, on the ground that a spurious dollar had often relieved a poor man's necessities.
    Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.

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