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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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And indeed on thinking it over it would have been plausible enough if there hadn't been always the essential falseness of irresponsibility in Schom berg's chatter.
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.
The speakers addressing on the occasion said Shahadat-e-Imam Hussain (RA) was an example of truthfulness, adding Imam Hussain (RA) had refused to accept falseness.
However, it is easy to remove the watermark, making it even difficult to prove the falseness. Although the AI-generated portions are blurry and pixelated, the process works best with high-resolution images when the target is already wearing revealing clothes.
But we'd know, wouldn't we, that what we were watching had a falseness about it.
Dr Amy Bailey, the clinical psychology and head of psychology at KidsFirst Medical Centre in Dubai, said: "Teenagers may not understand the 'falseness' of what can be portrayed by others on social media sites therefore they perceive themselves and their own lives in a negative light.''
For his part, Defense Minister Mahmoud Shawa said in statements on the sidelines of the conference that holding such conferences will build bridges of cooperation among the states of West Asia and will disclose the falseness of the states which are trying to spread lies with regard to what is taking place in Syria.
13 (Saba) - Director of Special laboratory at Russian Defense Ministry Vladimir Vateinkov announced Monday that the results of the independent analysis of the chemical lab on the samples that were taken from supposed places of using chemical weapons in Syria have proven the falseness of accusations of using chemical weapons by the Syrian army.
The prophets had to remind them often of the falseness of these deities, but they were attracted to them because of contract with peoples who were richer or more materially advanced than they were.
There had been no definitive verdict as of yet at the International Court of Justice, but the United Arab Emirates followed the case with great interest and would assess their decision to establish the falseness of the claims therein," said the statement delivered by Mohammad Saleh Al Shamsi, Second Secretary of the UAE Permanent Mission to the UN, in the name of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt, and on behalf of Obaid Salem Al Za'abi, the UAE Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva.
With the transfer window slammed shut we are about to enter the world of reality after the falseness of summer hope, frustration, anticipation and anti-climax.
Now banks can not refuse to accept bills that have scuffs and dirt that allow to determine the pattern (shape) of banknotes, glued tears that do not exceed a quarter of the width (length) of the banknote, glued corners or pieces not exceeding 1 square centimeter, which are parts of this particular banknote, small spots, no more than two inscriptions and prints of stamps (except for stamps, certifying the withdrawal from circulation, falseness or the status of the sample of the banknote), which do not interfere with the identification of the authenticity of banknotes and do not cover more than 50 percent of one of the protective signs, have no more than two punctures, not exceeding 1 mm in diameter.
The closure of the investigation files into the martyrdom of Mahmoud Badran reaffirms the falseness of the occupation's investigations; which calls for the ICC's prompt action to open a serious investigation into the crimes of the occupation and its violations, and prosecute Israeli war criminals for their crimes.
Qatar gave up the counterfeit papers after the confirmation of their falseness by international experts.
"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."