feint

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feint englannista suomeksi

  1. harhautus, valehyökkäys

  2. harhauttaa

  1. harhauttaa

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  3. harhautus

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  5. Substantiivi

feint englanniksi

  1. To make a feint, or mock attack.

  2. *(quote-book)

  3. 1914, (w), ''Penrod'' 22|Chapter 22

  4. when he passed other children on the street, he practised the habit of feinting a blow; then, as the victim dodged, he rasped out the triumphant horse-laugh which he gradually mastered to horrible perfection.
  5. 1924, Harold Lamb, ''(Lamb)|Forward''

  6. I spurred on the Turani instead of pulling him in, and stood up in the saddle just as we came upon the two. By feinting a slash at one I made him throw up his saber to guard his head. Then, leaning down as the three ponies came together, I cut at the other’s neck, getting home over his blade. His mount reared and shelled him out of the saddle like a pea out of a pod.
  7. 2013, Len Levinson, ''Meat Grinder Hill''

  8. Gomez feinted with his knife and the other man darted backward. He feinted again and the man moved to the side. The man feinted but Gomez didn't budge; he was anxious to get it on.
  9. feigned; counterfeit.

  10. (of an attack) directed toward a different part from the intended strike

  11. A movement made to confuse the opponent; a dummy.

  12. Something feigned; a false or pretend appearance; a pretense or stratagem.

  13. (RQ:Spectator)

  14. Mr. Courtly's letter is but a feint to get off from a subject(..).
  15. 2014, Alastair Mann , ''James VII: Duke and King of Scots''

  16. Toleration was just a feint to achieve the objective of the Catholic mission.
  17. (senseid) An offensive movement resembling an attack in all but its continuance.

  18. 1858, William Hamilton Maxwell, ''Flood & field; or, The recollections of a soldier of fortune''

  19. Massena's retreat might only be a feint to draw the allies from their position
  20. 1999, Allan Skipp, ''Handbook of Foil Fencing''

  21. It is also possible to deliver a compound riposte by using an indirect feint. The attacking fencer would be open to a compound riposte following a successful parry by their opponent.
  22. The narrowest rule used in the production of lined writing paper.

  23. (past participle of)

  24. (inflection of)

  25. young man

  26. boy

  27. boyfriend

  28. (cot)