falsehood

Part of speech: adverb

Falsely.

Part of speech: noun

Falseness; untruthfulness; a lie; counterfelt.

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Usage examples "falsehood":

  1. The truth or falsehood of the various statements which were made was the subject of general controversy. - "A Second Coming", Richard Marsh.
  2. What I had hoped would do so much good has led to all this; but that is not my fault, it is your own doing, believe me; I have little more to say, but one thing you must hear: I have told no falsehood. - "Famous Stories Every Child Should Know", Various.
  3. His noble spirit revolted at so much hypocrisy and falsehood. - "The Progressionists, and Angela.", Conrad von Bolanden.