Definition of 'phony'
Example sentences containing 'phony'
By that I mean they have a relationship that's real, not phony.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001) CORMORANT (2001)
Puddles of frozen slush glittered dully in the reflected yellow light from the phony gas lamps that illuminated the brick-paved plaza.A RODENT OF DOUBT (2001)
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