It would grieve me too deeply if you were to speak to me falsely again.
The sanctity of human life is the canting cry of the falsely sentimental.
My dear friend, how falsely do we and all the Hellenes speak about the sun and moon!
By praising you falsely or by persuading you to try to be a good man?
And when it is all done, effectively, falsely—what is there?
Moderation, falsely so called, hath nearly brought on us final ruin.
Falsely and insultingly do you expose your antagonist in the Colloquia.'
"I daresay you have a better of your own," said Euphra, falsely.
It was said truly of him that the girl had jilted him, but falsely of her that she had been jilted.
"The world has altered since her time, mademoiselle," said John, falsely and lamely.