Noun(1) a false statement
(1) While definitely not a collective, as some panel members seemed to believe, the blogosphere is made up of individuals whose motivations for revealing truth and correcting untruth are not borne of a desire to bring down the media.(2) Too many propaganda battles went beyond the limit of acceptable untruth .(3) As I mentioned on Amy's blog, I think the Cardinal's comments boil down to a truth told in the service of untruth .(4) So think long and hard before you decide whether to take the path toward truth or untruth .(5) For Gandhi, a dharmik was a master of controlling passions, fears, untruth , and, most importantly, gave practical witness of profound love for others.(6) Above the shelves where goods are stacked, printed signs admonish: ├ö├ç├┐Even one drop of untruth will poison the entire milk ocean of truth.├ö├ç├û(7) For many conservatives, especially the right wing talk show hosts whose radio programs reach millions each day, much of what's termed the mainstream media is just a left-leading machine trading in untruth .(8) A slip becomes a slide when the executive starts setting unacceptable standards based on deceit and untruth .(9) This is significant because both these luminaries had remained loyal servers of his regime of untruth during the war over Kosovo which had been waged with no less squalid level of deception.(10) For, as the old wise men have said, truth ever is, untruth never was.(11) The more a fact is tweaked, the closer it edges toward untruth - and the more likely it is that people will be led to false conclusions.(12) We believe we must treat politicians and those who govern with disrespect, with abuse, with calumny and sometimes untruth .(13) Truth that is allowed to lurk uncovered becomes a malign entity for in that hidden state it allows untruth to accumulate credence and masquerade as gospel.(14) Perhaps these inconstancies are part of the book's Art - an attempt to discombobulate the audience with extreme contradictions just as the characters live in a state of perpetual untruth and obfuscation.(15) Sadly, ABC current affairs and documentaries still believe they can use television to reveal hidden truths, whereas younger audiences see the media as part of a landscape of untruth .(16) The holy lotus, whose essence is white, indicates that knowledge is meticulously clean - untarnished by untruth , while the sitting position signifies wisdom, an indication that the ego must be suppressed.
1. lie ::
2. falsity ::
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Different Formsuntruth, untruthful, untruths
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