untrue[ uhn-troo ]SEE DEFINITION OF untrue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNTRUE
It would be untrue to say that Hester was not interested in the news.
It is all untrue; actors were then, as now, only mummers without judgement.
In these many years I have never been untrue to you in a single thought.
But I will not believe you when you tell me what I know to be untrue.
All of which Tony Cornish remembered later; for it was untrue.
Denial would be useless, and in denying, you would be untrue to yourself.
His picture of the Doge's palace at Venice was quite clay-cold and untrue.
But I should like to know, Socrates, whether you mean to say that all this is untrue?'
But then I suppose you will say that what he creates is untrue.
Then one half of the saying is untrue, if the wicked are like one another?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNTRUE
- all wet
- at fault
- barking up wrong tree
- confused with
- off base
- off track
- under wrong impression
- way off
- wide of mark
- wrong number
- wrongly identified