Counterfeit to Craniognomy

Counterfeit, a.

    1. Forged, spurious, fraudulent, supposititious.
    2. Feigned, false, simulated, sham, mock, spurious, hypocritical, put on, make-believe.
    3. Imitated, copied, resembling.

Counterfeit, n. Forgery, fraudulent copy.

Counterfeiter, n.

    1. Forger, falsifyer.
    2. Pretender, feigner.

Counter-jumper, n. [In contempt.] Shopman, shop-keeper, salesman, clerk.

Countermand, v. a. Revoke, rescind, recall, abrogate, annul, make void.

Countermarch, v. n. March back, reverse the direction of a march.

Counterpane, n. Coverlet, coverlid.

Counterpart, n.

    1. Corresponding part.
    2. (Law.) Duplicate, copy.
    3. Correlative, correlate, complement, supplement, reverse (to obverse).
    4. Match, fellow, mate, tally, twin, the very image.

Counterpoise, v. a. Counterbalance, balance, countervail.

Counterpoise, n. Equal weight, neutralizing force.

Countersign, n. Watchword, password.

Counter-tenor, n. (Mus.) Alto, counter.

Countervail, v. a. Balance, counterbalance, compensate, make up for.

Count on. Depend on, depend upon, rely on, rely upon, count upon.

Countrified, v. a. Rustic, rude, country.

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