falsification[ fawl-suh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF falsification
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FALSIFICATION
Was this coincidence, or prevision, or what Mr. Dessoir calls the 'falsification of memory'?
Most of the cases that I heard turned on the adulteration and falsification of liquors.
The falsification of texts has always been the subject of complaint.
If lies were necessary, they would lie; where falsification was wanted, they falsified.
He could not accuse her of the slightest deceit or falsification.
Art is not the falsification of nature, but the fuller realization of it.
It is evidence which is open to no doubt and to no falsification.
Either the sonnet or the Virgilian note must be a falsification.
Take my advicetheres nothing to be gained from falsification.
An instance of this falsification may be found in Judges xviii.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR FALSIFICATION
- dumb act