Meaning of FALSE in English

FALSE

adj. 1 untrue, unfactual, untruthful, wrong, amiss, mistaken, erroneous, incorrect, inaccurate, inexact, imprecise, faulty, flawed, invalid, unsound, unreal, imaginary, fictitious, spurious The explorers gave a completely false picture of the local inhabitants 2 untrue, untruthful, lying, misleading, fallacious, fabricated, made-up, concocted, mendacious, untrustworthy, fraudulent, meretricious, deceptive, deceitful, treacherous, Colloq phoney or US also phony The testimony of this witness is completely false 3 counterfeit, imitation, simulated, sham, forged, fraudulent, fake, artificial, synthetic, manufactured, unnatural, spurious, bogus, ersatz, factitious, mock, pseudo, Colloq phoney or US also phony Your false teeth look almost real 4 sham, feigned, affected, insincere, faked, manufactured, counterfeit(ed) Don't shed any false tears over me when I'm gone 5 illogical, fallacious, unsound, invalid, flawed, faulty That conclusion could come only from false reasoning

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