Thesaurus / falsifies


Brother Michael falsifies history as much as he does religion.

Aye, but he sinks the iron wall and wood, Where Phœbus wills that you hold guard of him; And thus he falsifies the exposition.

Self-consciousness, in many characters that possess it, deflects and falsifies conduct; and so does the dramatic instinct.

He is a fencer of language, that falsifies his blow and hits where he did not aim.

Let him who falsifies without shame, be chastised without mercy.

It substitutes a different self for the old, it falsifies systems of thought and deteriorates systems of life.

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In addition to these documents, what did rumor say—rumor, which often falsifies, but sometimes utters truth.

It is the special psychology of leisure and luxury that falsifies life.

The event often falsifies our hopes, and we find pain where we had thought to find pleasure.

I will not quote Bryant literally, because he is an enemy in this war, and falsifies his own precepts.


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