impostor : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a person who makes deceitful pretenses
- The impostor "Nguyen Tan Dung" sounds less like a dissident than a Communist fanboy, posting items including "Have a Strong Belief in Communist Party" and most recently warning .
- Ervil claimed credit for the death of the "impostor and false prophet," but he failed to lure any followers from the community that his brother had founded.
- In it, Ceccaldi calls her boy a liar, impostor, and parasite "ready to do whatever it takes to attain fortune and fame.
News & Articles
- How To Stop Feeling Like An Impostor
The 'impostor' syndrome—feelings of self-doubt, that you've flown under the radar or somehow 'fooled them'—plagues more successful women than men, says Dr. Valerie Young, author of The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women. She offers tips to break free of it and own your success.
June 12, 2013 - Forbes
- Paul Kagame in USA Today
Kagame called the judge "an impostor, a politician" in an interview Wednesday with France-Culture radio.
- Jon Bauman in Newsday
In a sophisticated form of identity theft, impostor groups are duping consumers and stealing the names, the remuneration and the legacy of the pioneers of rock 'n' roll,Jon Bauman, formerly "Bowzer" of Sha Na Na, told legislators.
- Bruce Bartlett in USA Today
And that worked for quite a while. But it was a shortsighted point of view,said Bartlett, who has just written a book, "The Impostor: How George W. Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy."