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Synonyms for falsify

Synonyms for falsify

to make untrue declarations

to impart a false character to (something) by alteration

to give an inaccurate view of by representing falsely or misleadingly

to make a fraudulent copy of

Synonyms for falsify

make false by mutilation or addition

tamper, with the purpose of deception

prove false

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falsify knowingly

insert words into texts, often falsifying it thereby

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It was also claimed Jeffery was placed under pressure by senior managers to falsify data and had attempted to raise concerns which were "simply ignored".
The prosecution charged the infertile woman and her mother of aiding SM to falsify the birth registration.
According to the indictment, the three conspired with former Kanebo President Takashi Hoashi, 70, and former Vice President Takashi Miyahara, 64, to falsify Kanebo's financial results and submit the falsified statements to the Kanto Local Financial Bureau of the Finance Ministry in violation of the Securities and Exchange Law.
Indeed, some leading contemporary advocates of civic education frankly admit the need to sanitize and falsify history.
was asked to falsify a report to cover up cracks in a neutron-measuring device at the No.
Because traditional research designs have yielded conflicting results, an alternative design was used that sought to falsify the necessary association between the objectives and their use that results when AOs are used.
But Popper argues that some falsified theories have contributed more to the growth of science than have safe, shallow theories that no one has bothered to falsify. Science needs fruitful and falsifiable hypotheses that not only venture into new territory but seemingly go counter to common sense.