Definition of Pretence. Meaning of Pretence. Synonyms of Pretence

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Definition of Pretence

Pretence
Pretence Pre*tence", n., Pretenceful Pre*tence"ful, a., Pretenceless Pre*tence"*less, a. See Pretense, Pretenseful, Pretenseless.

Meaning of Pretence from wikipedia

- Look up pretense in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Pretense or pretence may refer to: pretext pretexting (social engineering) "Pretense" (Stargate SG-1)...
- all false pretences by the Act of 1756, the provisions of which were embodied in the Larceny Act 1861. The pretence must be a false pretence of some existing...
- pretended to, known as an "inescutcheon of pretence". As well as being used by royalty, the inescutcheon of pretence is also used by English aristocratic and...
- they display a lozenge-shaped shield with the unaltered escutcheon of pretence in the centre. Women in same-**** marriages may use a shield or banner to...
- stoked in 1872 after three activist Catholic priests were executed on weak pretences. This would inspire a propaganda movement in Spain, organized by Marcelo...
- his advisor from 1930. In 1926, Henri became the Dauphin of France in pretence when his father became the Orléanist claimant to the defunct throne upon...
- France and Navarre (Napoleon II according to his will only) Titles in pretence New title — TITULAR — Emperor of the French 11 April 1814 – 20 March 1815...
- Markham, the deceased husband of a constituent. Stonehouse maintained the pretence of normality until he faked his death on 20 November 1974, leaving a pile...
- Princess Julia Lee of Korea Empress consort of Korea (in pretence) Tenure 1970 – 1982 Predecessor Crown Princess Euimin Born (1927-03-18)March 18, 1927...
- the House of Lorraine Born: 20 November 1912 Died: 4 July 2011 Titles in pretence Preceded by Emperor-King Charles — TITULAR — Emperor of Austria, King of...