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Falseness

Falseness Meaning & Definition
Falseness Definition And Meaning

What's The Definition Of Falseness?

[n] the quality of not being open or truthful; deceitful or hypocritical
[n] unfaithfulness by virtue of being unreliable or treacherous
[n] the state of being false or untrue; "argument could not determine its truth or falsity"

Synonyms | Synonyms for Falseness: faithlessness | falsity | fickleness | inconstancy | insincerity

Related Terms | Find terms related to Falseness: aberrancy | aberration | affectation | airiness | ambidexterity | apostasy | appearance | artfulness | artifice | bad faith | bamboozlement | barratry | befooling | bluffing | breach of faith | breach of promise | breach of trust | calculated deception | cant | circumvention | conning | craft | cunning | deceit | deceitfulness | deceiving | deception | deceptiveness | defectiveness | defrauding | delusion | delusiveness | dereliction | desertion | deviancy | disaffection | dishonesty | disloyalty | distortion | double-dealing | doubleness | doubleness of heart | dupery | duplicity | enmeshment | ensnarement | entanglement | entrapment | errancy | erroneousness | error | faithlessness | fallaciousness | fallacy | false appearance | false light | false piety | false show | falseheartedness | falsehood | falsity | fault | faultiness | fickleness | flaw | flawedness | flimflam | flimflammery | fond illusion | fooling | furtiveness | goody-goodiness | guile | hallucination | hamartia | heresy | heterodoxy | hoodwinking | hypocrisy | idealization | illusion | illusionism | illusionist | illusiveness | immateriality | improbity | inconstancy | indirection | infidelity | insidiousness | insincerity | kidding | low cunning | Machiavellianism | magic | magic act | magic show | magician | mala fides | mealymouthedness | mirage | misapplication | misconstruction | misdoing | misfeasance | misinterpretation | misjudgment | mummery | oiliness | outwitting | overreaching | peccancy | perfidiousness | perfidy | perversion | phantasm | pharisaicalness | pharisaism | pietism | pietisticalness | piety | piousness | prestidigitation | Prospero | Punic faith | putting on | recreancy | religionism | religiosity | sanctimoniousness | sanctimony | seeming | self-contradiction | self-deception | self-righteousness | semblance | shiftiness | show | simulacrum | sin | sinfulness | sleight of hand | sneak attack | sneakiness | snivel | snow job | snuffle | song and dance | sorcerer | sorcery | specious appearance | spoofery | spoofing | subterfuge | surreptitiousness | swindling | Tartuffery | Tartuffism | tergiversation | treacherousness | treachery | trickiness | tricking | trothlessness | two-facedness | unactuality | unction | unctuousness | underhandedness | unfaith | unfaithfulness | unloyalty | unorthodoxy | unreality | unsteadfastness | unsubstantiality | untrueness | untruth | untruthfulness | victimization | vision | wile | willful misconception | wishful thinking | wrong | wrongness

See Also | hypocrisy | infidelity | irreality | spuriousness | unfaithfulness | unreality | untruthfulness

Falseness In Webster's Dictionary

\False"ness\, n. The state of being false; contrariety to the fact; inaccuracy; want of integrity or uprightness; double dealing; unfaithfulness; treachery; perfidy; as, the falseness of a report, a drawing, or a singer's notes; the falseness of a man, or of his word.

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