- FALSEar gamfalseness
Adjective(1) not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality(2) arising from error(3) erroneous and usually accidental(4) deliberately deceptive(5) inappropriate to reality or facts(6) not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article(7) designed to deceive(8) inaccurate in pitch, or sour(9) adopted in order to deceive(10) (used especially of persons
Adverb(1) in a disloyal and faithless manner
(1) The report went on to suggest that the much talked about availability of infertility treatments was lulling women into a false sense of security, with many believing IVF was a reliable and easy option.(2) She gave him a false smile and dissolved into a bout of strong tears, overwhelmed with emotion of such change that had taken place and yearning for her real home, the home she belonged in.(3) Other plants are false nettle, a pink Saint-John's wort, and two species of white-flowered smartweeds.(4) It will also be a criminal offence to give false or misleading information to the Ombudsman Commission.(5) Ships, towns, and whole armies might fly or display false arms to deceive the enemy.(6) Mr North removed the bottom portion of the false wall and found measures of damp using a resistance machine but his wife insists that this has not been investigated fully by the inspectors.(7) It's more a quest for the tiny slices of life, the images not posed, not burdened by forced smiles or false camaraderie.(8) Although suffering from an overabundance of names, false holly makes a handsome evergreen accent at the back of the border.(9) On August 8 2000 the Iraqi was deported from Australia and a stamp inside his false passport is evidence of that date of departure.(10) She grinned, the smile feeling false on her face.(11) Cruising on a motorway is undemanding and lures drivers into a false sense of security, many of them feeling that just one hand loosely resting on the bottom of the steering wheel is adequate for control.(12) We see people winning the game and losing, and those that think they are winning are fooled into a false security that actually makes them losers.(13) Someone was in fact willing to defend spreading rumors and false information on the Internet!(14) Animals like the false killer whale and bottlenose dolphin show how much variety is possible by purely natural means.(15) Giselle blinked with her long, false eyelashes, then began to lead the way, Desiree trailing behind her.(16) He was found guilty of sexual harassment, making false mileage claims, giving false or misleading information to the club's marketing committee and gross incompetence.
1. incorrect ::
2. faithless ::
3. pretended ::
4. mistaken ::
5. delusive ::
6. untrue ::
7. sour ::
8. imitation ::
1. accurate ::
2. correct ::
3. exact ::
4. factual ::
5. precise ::
6. proper ::
7. right ::
8. sound ::
9. valid ::
10. veracious ::
Different Formsfalse, falsely, falseness
Word Example from TV Shows
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We offer you these FALSE gods.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 1
Bearing FALSE witness before the gods
is as grave a sin as any, my lady.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6
Four FALSE kings destroying the country.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 5
So your reasons are true
and theirs are FALSE?
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 9
and the FALSE stag done.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
English to Welsh Dictionary: false
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