Sham in a sentence

use Sham in a sentence

sham;

[noun] Something fake, false or intended to deceive people;

He thought he had bought an antique brass bed, but it turned out to be a sham.

In 1983, a West German magazine began publishing the “Hitler Diaries,” which later proved to be a sham.

[adjective] not real, fake;

I hate it when people give sham smiles, it looks so stupid.

They pay and enter into sham marriages just to stay in the country.

[verb] to pretend to be sad, ill or etc.;

Sally’s not sick, I think she’s only shamming.

She didn’t really like the meal, but she is just shamming out of courtesy.