- A false, contrived or assumed purpose; a pretense.
- The reporter called the company on the of trying to resolve a consumer complaint.
- To employ a pretext, which involves using a false or contrived purpose for soliciting the gain of something else.
- HP chairwoman Patricia Dunn obtained directors' home phone records using possibly-illegal pretexting methods.
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