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not according with the facts

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not true to an obligation or trust

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not accurately fitted

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

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'HRW untruly attacks and insults the efforts of Sao Sokha who voluntarily spends his own money and valuable time to organise and run the federation.
Chief Secretary Punjab on Sunday stated untruly before court, that the required record is not available, but NAB collected all the required record and presented before court.
(35) The terms 'untruly' and 'unkindly' position the duke's offences as violations of the loyalty the duke owed to Richard as his lord and his kinsman.
It often occurs that a Bill is filed for the sole purpose of making an infant a ward of Chancery; but in such a case, the Bill always states, however untruly, that the infant has property within the jurisdiction, and the Bill is brought against the person in whose supposed custody or power the property is.
Arabella's mother was convinced, untruly, that her daughter's fall had happened because her husband had struck her.
Now the romantic poets would no doubt have indignantly rejected a view that relegated them to the second order of poets, those who "feel strongly, think weakly, and see untruly" (Ruskin 2004: 74), because they allow their perception of objects in nature to be distorted by their emotions, which to them, far from appearing to be a weakness, was a necessary prerequisite in poetry.
If for Ruskin these fallacious poets "see in a sort untruly, because what they see is inconceivably above them," Ammons manages to make the submission to a greater influence not pathetic but rather a legitimate self-becoming.
At the end, you come to the Penalties: The penalty for concealing or untruly declaring any particulars in making any claim for any allowance is pounds 20 and treble the tax chargeable in respect of all sources of income - or, ultimately, you could be sent to prison for a term not exceeding six months.