surprise, and twisting his new cap around in his fingers, said:
These rough and ready customers were not to be led by rules or frightened by precedents; they were not to be easily imposed upon, for the article they wanted was not to be easily counterfeited
Didn't I see him--' Mr Lillyvick couldn't bring himself to utter the word, but he counterfeited
the motion of the eye.
Cross-examined, they admitted that it might be the prisoner's hand-writing cleverly counterfeited
These signs, like paper money, may be counterfeited
or stolen, but that which they represent, namely, knowledge and virtue, cannot be counterfeited
about him, and now plainly saw that Jones was not in the condition he had apprehended him to be; he now, therefore, counterfeited
as great surprize as the other had shown, and said, "I am certain, sir, I have not asked you so much out of the way.
I told him, Yes, very well; but as I concealed my face, so I counterfeited
my voice, that he had not the least guess at who I was.
He twisted his handkerchief round his head, pulled his hat upon his brow, wrapped his coat about him, and stood up before her: so like the original he counterfeited
, that the dark figure peering out behind him might have passed for his own shadow.
As this fellow was himself a Tartar, and perfectly spoke their language, he counterfeited
so well that they all believed him, and away they drove in a violent hurry to Sibeilka.
Yes,' replied Job; 'but these sort of things are not so easily counterfeited