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false (a)
Definition: deliberately deceptive
Example: false pretenses.
Definition: deliberately deceptive
Example: false pretenses.
Definition: deliberately deceptive
Example: false pretenses.
false (a)
Definition: inappropriate to reality or facts
Example: delusive faith in a wonder drug. delusive expectations. false hopes.
Definition: inappropriate to reality or facts
Example: delusive faith in a wonder drug. delusive expectations. false hopes.
Definition: inappropriate to reality or facts
Example: delusive faith in a wonder drug. delusive expectations. false hopes.
false (a)
Definition: not genuine or real
Example: it isn't fake anything. it's real synthetic fur. faux pearls. false teeth. decorated with imitation palm leaves. a purse of simulated alligator hide.
Definition: not genuine or real
Example: it isn't fake anything. it's real synthetic fur. faux pearls. false teeth. decorated with imitation palm leaves. a purse of simulated alligator hide.
Definition: not genuine or real
Example: it isn't fake anything. it's real synthetic fur. faux pearls. false teeth. decorated with imitation palm leaves. a purse of simulated alligator hide.
false (a)
Definition: erroneous and usually accidental
Example: a false start. a false alarm.
Definition: erroneous and usually accidental
Example: a false start. a false alarm.
Definition: erroneous and usually accidental
Example: a false start. a false alarm.
false (a)
Definition: inaccurate in pitch
Example: a false (or sour) note. her singing was off key.
Definition: inaccurate in pitch
Example: a false (or sour) note. her singing was off key.
Definition: inaccurate in pitch
Example: a false (or sour) note. her singing was off key.
false (a)
Definition: designed to deceive
Example: a suitcase with a false bottom.
Definition: designed to deceive
Example: a suitcase with a false bottom.
Definition: designed to deceive
Example: a suitcase with a false bottom.
false (a)
Definition: not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
Example: gave false testimony under oath. false tales of bravery.
Definition: not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
Example: gave false testimony under oath. false tales of bravery.
Definition: not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
Example: gave false testimony under oath. false tales of bravery.
false (a)
Definition: adopted in order to deceive
Example: an assumed name. an assumed cheerfulness. a fictitious address. fictive sympathy. a pretended interest. a put-on childish voice. sham modesty.
Definition: adopted in order to deceive
Example: an assumed name. an assumed cheerfulness. a fictitious address. fictive sympathy. a pretended interest. a put-on childish voice. sham modesty.
Definition: adopted in order to deceive
Example: an assumed name. an assumed cheerfulness. a fictitious address. fictive sympathy. a pretended interest. a put-on childish voice. sham modesty.
false (r)
Definition: in a disloyal and faithless manner
Example: he behaved treacherously. his wife played him false.
Definition: in a disloyal and faithless manner
Example: he behaved treacherously. his wife played him false.
Definition: in a disloyal and faithless manner
Example: he behaved treacherously. his wife played him false.
false (a)
Definition: (used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection
Example: a false friend. when lovers prove untrue.
Definition: (used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection
Example: a false friend. when lovers prove untrue.
Definition: (used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection
Example: a false friend. when lovers prove untrue.
false (a)
Definition: arising from error
Example: a false assumption. a mistaken view of the situation.
Definition: arising from error
Example: a false assumption. a mistaken view of the situation.
Definition: arising from error
Example: a false assumption. a mistaken view of the situation.