Definition of Truquage

1. the faking of works of art [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Truquage

trunkless
trunklike
trunkline
trunklines
trunkload
trunkloads
trunks
trunks of brachial plexus
trunnel
trunnels
trunnion
trunnioned
trunnions
trupial
trupials
truquage (current term)
truquages
truqueur
truqueurs
truscottite
trusion
truss
truss bridge
trussed
trusser
trussers
trusses
trussing
trussings
trusswork

Literary usage of Truquage

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1. Historical Research: An Outline of Theory and Practice by John Martin Vincent (1911)
"... of Evidence relating to the Antiquity of Man. American Antiquarian, XIII, 69-78. 2 On the fabrication of antiquities, see Paul Endel, Le truquage: les ..."

2. A History of French Literature by Charles Henry Conrad Wright (1912)
"... lover (the convention of bourgeois adultery) are as popular as in the days of the mediaeval fabliaux, and the climaxes are apt to be clever truquage. ..."

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