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noun as in corruption

noun as in mendacity

noun as in perjury

noun as in plagiarism

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Example Sentences

Theology is a deliberate falsification that points toward a deeper truth.

They face charges of benefits fraud in addition to falsification of documents.

And as with plagiariam, Ambrose's habit of falsification and the propensity to error was a repeat offense.

Can you not see that the work of falsification which a play demands is of all tasks the most ungrateful?

If lies were necessary, they would lie; where falsification was wanted, they falsified.

The present device of falsification was merely a play for time and would serve a very transitory purpose.

German historical teaching became an immense systematic falsification of the human past, with a view to the Hohenzollern future.

A falsification of that will is an offense against the State where it is committed, and against all the States.


On this page you'll find 336 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to falsification, such as: pollution, debasement, decay, defilement, distortion, and foulness.

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