- 美 [prɪˈtendəd]
- 1.not real or sincere
- 1.The past tense and past participle of pretend
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She pretended to be reading when her mother came into her room.
I thought if I held my tongue and pretended not to see, everything would come right.
Then he got his break his wife pretended to faint and the intruder who was holding him went into the other room to see what was happening.
Hurstwood pretended not to see him. He kept his eyes straight on before and opened the lever wide. The voice had something appealing in it.
The other man could not climb trees. So he threw himself on the ground, closed his eyes and pretended to be dead.
hoped they had not left their hearts behind them in Sussex, and pretended to see them blush whether they did or not.
The doctor pretended to be interested and said, "Shut your eyes and stick your tongue out of your mouth. "
He decided to help me but I pretended to have finished my job.
The cook turned pale, and asked the housemaid to shut the door, who asked Tom, who asked the tinker, who pretended not to hear.
Zhuge Liang pretended to be very calm and succeeded in fooling Sima Yi who did not know that the city was really unguarded .
Martha went on talking as she finished her cleaning, but Mary looked out of the window in a bored way, and pretended not to listen.
She freely admitted that of old she had been a little mad, and now she pretended to be perfectly sane.
I walked on and pretended not to see, till the combat grew too exciting, when I turned round and cheered him on to victory.
I doubted that, though there were several she could have married at a nod of her head, but I pretended to be surprised.
He pretended that the greatest poets must, when they first began to write, have committed as many faults as he did.
From its beginnings the film pretended to be able to document and represent life in a way that was inaccessible to the traditional arts.
pretend to understand type new to a unit, obviously do not know what, but also desperately pretended to know everything looks like.
Thought afterwards it would have been more dignified if I had pretended not to have heard him at all.
The coach pretended not to hear him. There was no way he wanted is worst player in this close playoff game.
Jaroslaw, who pretended to be the prince, passed the ruins daily on his way to work as a director of the town's community center.