They know—you compel me to be blunt—that the accounts have been falsified.
It can be falsified, it can be effaced, it can be even doubted.
The sides then are unequal; and as a consequence the result of the struggle is falsified.
His labours were of no avail; his prophecies were falsified.
If lies were necessary, they would lie; where falsification was wanted, they falsified.
On the whole, however, these predictions have hitherto been falsified.
If it shows more than a mere trace of lime, it has been falsified.
Had he falsified the divine message to the people in his charge?
Further, my attorney proved the writs of the court had been falsified.
We have said that the date, viz., the 31st of October, is falsified.