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loyalty, inconstancy, recreancy, dereliction; breach of trust, dishonesty, fraudulence, double-dealing, perfidy; betrayal, treachery, traitorousness, treason.
2. doubt, skepticism, incredulity, uncertainty, dubiety, dubiosity; mistrust, distrust, suspicion, unbelief, freethinking, Pyrrhonism; irreligion, impiety, blasphemy; agnosticism, atheism.

fake, v. 1. counterfeit, invent, forge, fabricate, manufacture, Brit, coin; concoct, hatch, create, make up; lie, fib, tell a lie or fib or story.
2. falsify, alter, modify; whitewash, disguise, color, paint a rosy picture, doctor up, gloss or varnish over.
3. pretend, feign, sham, malinger, dissemble, act, make believe, play the role of; affect, put on, assume, take on; (all fraudulently) simulate, imitate, copy, duplicate, mimic, ape. -n. 4. counterfeit, two-dollar bill, wooden nickle, brummagem; fraud, imposture, imposition, hoax, artifice, ruse, delusion.
5. faker, imposter, deceiver, mountebank, charlatan, quack, empiric, Inf. phony, Australian, bunyip; feigner, pretender, malingerer, imitator; falsifier, counterfeiter, copier, plagiarist.
6. fabrication, fiction, contrivance, concoction, Inf. story; falsehood, lie, white lie, fib, untruth, half truth. -adj. 7. counterfeit, fraudulent, imitation, not genuine, Inf. phony; bogus, spurious, supposititious, pinchbeck, bastardly, Australian, bunyip.
8. false, unreal, insincere, mock, ersatz, synthetic, plastic, Sl. hokey; artificial, factitious, contrived, fictitious; assumed, put-on, pseudo; specious, meretricious, theatrical; pretended, feigned, simulated, make-believe, sham, flash.

fakir, n. mendicant monk, dervish, religious ascetic, holy beggar.

falderal, n. 1. nonsense, gibberish, Jabberwocky, babble, babbling, babblement, Fr. bavardage; twaddle, twaddling, Both Brit, twattle, twattling; blather, blathering, drivel, driveling, drool, drooling; jargon, Sl. jive, Greek, Chiefly Southern U.S. Choctaw; hocus-pocus, mumbo-jumbo, abracadabra, open-sesame, fiddle-de-dee; moonshine, gobbledegook, humbug, foam, froth, bunkum or buncombe, Sl. bunk, U.S. Sl. blah; flummery, Inf. hokum, Sl. applesauce, Sl. eyewash; rubbish, Sl. tripe, refuse, Dial. culch, chaff, trash, Inf. truck, trumpery; tommyrot, Inf. rot, Sl. garbage, Sl. crap, Sl. crock, Sl. bull; balderdash, hogwash, swill, Sl. horsefeathers; stuff, stuff and nonsense, Inf bosh, Brit. Inf gammon, Brit. Sl. tosh; fudge, foolishness, folly, rigmarole or riga-marole, amphigory; footle, Inf. malarkey, Sl. bushwa, Sl. baloney, Sl. bilge or bilge water, Sl. meshugaas, Scot. and North Eng. haver; poppycock, Inf. fiddle-faddle, Inf. piffle, Inf. hooey, Inf. kibosh, Inf. flapdoodle; idle talk, Inf. gab, Sl. gas, Sl. hot air; jabber, prate, patter, gabble; clack, clatter, rattling, Sl. run-ningoff or on at the mouth; chatter, prattle, chipper-ing, cackle; chit-chat, chitter-chatter, small talk, Anglo-Indian, bukh.
2. trifle, trinket, gewgaw, bagatelle, kickshaw; gim-crack, whim-wham, knickknack; bauble, small ornament, charm, bit of jewelry, bijou; frippery, gimcrack-ery, trumpery.

fall, v. 1. descend, come or go down, drop down, gravitate, sink; slip, slide, backslide; trip, trip over one's own feet, stumble, fall down, take a spill, tumble; go head over heels, pitch, plunge, plummet, dive, take a nosedive; drop, plop, plump, Inf plunk; topple, fall over, keel over, collapse, slump, crumple, fall into a heap.
2. decline, depreciate, fall off, drop off, dip, lower, go down, decrease, slump; diminish, flag, wane, ebb, recede, give way; subside, abate, let up, lessen; dwindle, waste away, languish, droop, faint, fade, fail, deteriorate, go downhill, die.

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Los Glaciares

Located in southwest Argentina along the border of Chile, Los Glaciares National Park offers 2,807 square miles of rugged mountains, large lakes and a lot of you guessed it ice; the Patagonia ice field occupies nearly half of the park and represents the largest ice mantle outside of Antarctica. It contains 47 glaciers, along with another 200 smaller glaciers not included in the main field. Mount Fitz Roy (pictured here) is in the northern part of the park. Its 11,168 feet of sheer granite makes it one of the most challenging mountains to climb in the world, but hikers can enjoy the less arduous routes around it, not to mention the incredible play of colors that reflect off the face of the mountain each morning with the sunrise.

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