Definition of False:

  1. Untrue, incorrect by design, or intended to deceive. A literally true statement is deemed false in law if it is used to convey a false impression.

Synonyms of False

Barmecidal, Barmecide, Machiavellian, Tartuffian, Tartuffish, Aberrant, Abroad, Adrift, Affected, Airy, All abroad, All off, All wrong, Ambidextrous, Amiss, Apostate, Apparent, Apparitional, Artful, Artificial, Askew, Astray, At fault, Autistic, Awry, Backsliding, Baseborn, Bastard, Beguiling, Beside the mark, Bogus, Brummagem, Calculating, Canting, Catchy, Chimeric, Chiseling, Collusive, Concocted, Contrary to fact, Corrupt, Counterfeit, Counterfeited, Covinous, Crafty, Crooked, Cunning, Deceitful, Deceiving, Deceptive, Defective, Deluding, Delusional, Delusionary, Delusive, Delusory, Dereistic, Derelict, Deviant, Deviational, Deviative, Devious, Disaffected, Dishonest, Disloyal, Distorted, Double, Double-dealing, Double-faced, Double-minded, Double-tongued, Doublehearted, Dreamlike, Dreamy, Dubious, Dummy, Duplicitous, Errant, Erring, Erroneous, Ersatz, Fabricated, Factitious, Faithless, Fake, Faked, Fallacious, False-principled, Falsehearted, Fantastic, Faultful, Faulty, Feigned, Fickle, Fictitious, Finagling, Fishy, Flawed, Forged, Fraudulent, Furtive, Goody, Goody-goody, Guileful, Hallucinatory, Heretical, Heterodox, Holier-than-thou, Hollow, Hypocritical, Illegitimate, Illogical, Illusional, Illusionary, Illusive, Illusory, Imaginary, Imitation, Imprecise, In error, Inaccurate, Inconstant, Incorrect, Indirect, Inexact, Insidious, Insincere, Invalid, Lying, Made-up, Manufactured, Mealymouthed, Mendacious, Meretricious, Misbegotten, Miscreated, Misleading, Mistaken, Mock, Not right, Not true, Not true to, Of bad faith, Off, Off the track, Ostensible, Out, Peccant, Perfidious, Perverse, Perverted, Phantasmagoric, Phantasmal, Phantom, Pharisaic, Phony, Pietistic, Pinchbeck, Pious, Pseudo, Questionable, Recreant, Renegade, Sanctified, Sanctimonious, Scheming, Seeming, Self-contradictory, Self-deceptive, Self-deluding, Self-righteous, Sham, Sharp, Shifty, Simulated, Slippery, Sneaky, Snide, Sniveling, Specious, Spectral, Spurious, Straying, Substitute, Supposititious, Surreptitious, Synthetic, Traitorous, Treacherous, Trickish, Tricksy, Tricky, Trothless, Truthless, Two-faced, Unactual, Unctuous, Underhand, Underhanded, Unfactual, Unfaithful, Unfounded, Unloyal, Unnatural, Unorthodox, Unproved, Unreal, Unsound, Unsteadfast, Unsubstantial, Untrue, Untrustworthy, Untruthful, Visionary, Wide, Wily, Wrong

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