falsehood

[ fawls-hoo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF falsehood
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"Captain Haley knows very well the falsehood of what he says," said our hero, calmly.

His eyes, round and full and steady, taxed her with falsehood, with hypocrisy.

When souls have loved, there is no falsehood or forgetfulness.

It is the falsehood of the silliest poetry to say he defies the image of his beloved.

Was it simply to meet—to talk—and afterwards to tell a falsehood to one's parents?

Gamester—wretch, as I am, my soul never stooped to falsehood!

We should in vain, therefore, attempt to demonstrate its falsehood.

And this was doing her a grave injury, for she was as incapable of pride as she was of falsehood.

In some of the circumstances, there was sufficient truth to colour the falsehood.

Pierre vainly sought a falsehood, and all his composure fled.

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