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Synonyms for false

Synonyms for false

Synonyms for false

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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Congress originally enacted the False Claims Act in 1863 to combat fraud by war profiteers supplying defective or non-existent goods to the Union Army during the Civil War.
On August 21, 2006, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) issued guidance for making its determination as to whether a state's false claims act meets the requirements of the DRA.
False -- Only by using proper tackling and blocking techniques will axial loading be prevented.
1321, which would create a tax whistleblower program akin to the False Claims Act.
An example would be making false entries in treatment notes required to be prepared and maintained to justify a service billed to the government or a private payer.
True or False? There is nothing anyone can do to prevent bullying.
"Our message is making a false report about theft is a crime and if we discover false reporting during an investigation we will deal with the offenders robustly."
"False alarms are very rarely caused because of faulty equipment.
True or False: Sunlight can't find you in the shade.
False positive results may cause applications to be postponed until other additional requirements are met or may otherwise result in adverse actions being taken--both outcomes tend to cause some applicants who would otherwise present good risks to take their business elsewhere, resulting in good business lost.
This means that, on average, we will get 199.98 or, effectively, 200 false positives detected for every true positive.
The Gospel parallels Jeremiah in that Jesus distinguishes between false optimism and real hope.
"Here, we had a question which should have an answer, but it had been proven that there were no means of answering it." This left mathematicians with a fundamental question: Does it even make sense to say the continuum hypothesis is true or false?
In the jargon of the False Claims Act, private individuals who bring False Claims Act cases are known as qui tam plaintiffs or relators.