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not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality

arising from error

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erroneous and usually accidental

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deliberately deceptive

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inappropriate to reality or facts

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not genuine or real

designed to deceive

inaccurate in pitch

adopted in order to deceive

(used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection

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in a disloyal and faithless manner

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224-25, 229) but also adds a brief prologue (LGW, F 1368-95) emphasizing the double falseness of Jason: 'ther othere falsen oon, thow falsest two' (F 1377).
All is false, and the autochthonous is the falsest of all.
As Arthur, Judd Hirsch is put through the indignity of a drunk scene- one of the film's falsest notes - and puts everyone else through a bit too much TV-actor cuteness.
The Bluebirds are in danger of committing the falsest economy ever when it comes to their big striker.
Couched in those terms, running down to the legal minimum and beyond is the falsest of economies.
Creighton's fantasy about a pretty girl in an English country lane) is condemned as "the falsest note in the story" because Ruppel feels that it interrupts "the focus on male relationships and intimacy" (26).
30pm FOLLOWERS of Northern Ireland and the Czech Republic can bash their calculators as much as they like, but they will all know that relying on San Marino for a World Cup lifeline is the falsest of hopes.
Our senses narrow, and our reason frail, / Life short, and truth a gem which loves the deep, / And all things weigh'd in custom's falsest scale" (93).
You would be, too, if your kid was as wonderful as little Regina (the film's falsest note: How could the offspring of such troubled parents be this well-adjusted?
Truly -- from a naturalistic standpoint -- the most fiery ardors will become cold; and the falsest ones are called eternal.
Strangely enough, the tale of Slade's form at the Cardiff City Stadium since he joined the club gets off to the falsest of starts imaginable.