Fake - Mountebank

Word by letter:
  • Fake - Letter on F
  • 1 - st. word F
  • 2 - st. word A
  • 3 - st. word K
  • 4 - st. word E

All questions by word:
Fake - Mountebank Fake - Like some furs Fake - Counterfeit Fake - Ersatz Fake - Impostor Fake - Unreal? Fake - Simulate Fake - False move Fake - Museum embarrassment Fake - Charlatan Fake - Sham Fake - Bogus Fake - Deceptive play Fake - Like a flea-market gucci, probably Fake - Faux Fake - Knockoff Fake - Feign Fake - Imitation Fake - Like some ids Fake - Quack Fake - Embarrassment for a curator Fake - Made of paste, say Fake - Not the real mccoy Fake - Phony Fake - Is it made in the forge? Fake - False, sham Fake - Pretend to be experiencing Fake - Not genuine, like forged painting Fake - Not genuine, perhaps jewellery Fake - Doctor cut hand shaving Fake - Forge(ry) Fake - Forgery Fake - Phoney Fake - With 24-across, bluff Fake - Pretend shot Fake - Knocked off local charlatan Fake - Handoff that isn't Fake - Deceptive move Fake - Rip-off the hitler diaries Fake - Certain "antiques roadshow" discovery Fake - Spurious Fake - Fabricate Fake - Coil of rope taken in off a kedge Fake - Not genuine Fake - Fixed fight, perhaps Fake - Fraud starts in financial agency, ends in stock exchange Fake - N ot genuine Fake - Sham, false Fake - Very quick Fake - Like some lashes and tans Fake - Like knockoff goods Fake - Swindle doctor Fake - Rip off the edges of fancy cake Fake - Not real Fake - Sham, counterfeit Fake - Clifford irving's 'autobiography of howard hughes,' e.g Fake - Seether "___ it" Fake - Some pop star personas Fake - Red jumpsuit apparatus "don't you ___ it" Fake - Counterfeit object Fake - Art expert's discovery Fake - Art exhibit embarrassment Fake - With 66-across, what might prompt an exclamation of disbelief Fake - Artificial Fake - Hoops move Fake - Not bona fide Fake - Phoney dope 'safe' - knew that must be wrong
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