falseness


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Synonyms for falseness

Synonyms for falseness

the state of being false or untrue

unfaithfulness by virtue of being unreliable or treacherous

the quality of not being open or truthful

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I danced in my grief and amazement till I could recover my breath and then I danced and cried out against the falseness of this world; and the boatmen derided me till they fell down.
But in the end, that falseness adds authenticity, because this novel is as much about codes of ethics and how they frame our experience as it is about a heist.
Yasin Malik said that the joint resistance leadership decided to resist malicious motives and announced to go to Delhi on September 9 and voluntarily court arrest before the agency so that the falseness and hollowness of Indian propaganda against resistance movement is exposed.
Caducity, the falseness of TV, the food I could still eat in Casablanca
False facts are highly injurious to the progress of science, for they often endure long; but false views, if supported by some evidence, do little harm, for every one takes a salutary pleasure in proving their falseness.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian foreign ministry lambasted British Prime Minister Theresa May's recent anti-Iran remarks in Saudi Arabia and her "preference of falseness to truth".
In a statement, the General Command said that this act is a serious and blatant aggression against the Syrian Arab Republic and its army, and constitutes conclusive evidence that the United States and its allies support ISIS and other terrorist organizations, stressing that this act reveals the falseness of their claims of fighting terrorism.
Lake shows that much of the falseness scholars have found in Richer's "facts" is due precisely to his attention to exaedificatio.
Opposing the falseness that is all around us in the modern world, the exhibition portrays the authenticity of childrens' artwork, and therefore the pure and uncorrupted world they live in.
Seeing her life unfold and the things she had to put up with - the falseness of certain people around her - it was on a different scale altogether to me.
Several independent investigations, sparked by the allegations, had already established the falseness of the claims.
When these intellectuals damage the reputation of a famous person such as Ali Salem in the course of his life and after his death, they reveal their falseness and fail to respect the most elementary rights of an intellectual person: His freedom of expression and the right to exercise it.
As a metaphor for the falseness of our present social architecture, the building haunted Herse's show like a partially realized blueprint for paradise.