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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

"And no more I did," says the woman sullenly and most untruthfully.
THE DIAMOND COTERIELAWRENCE L. LYNCH
"I would not ask you to speak untruthfully, not even to save Allan's life, dearly as I love him," she said.
MARION ARLEIGH'S PENANCECHARLOTTE M. BRAEME
The Germans untruthfully declared that the vessel was sunk by a mine and not by a submarine.
"I don't want any of your things, cook," said William, magnificently but untruthfully.
MORE WILLIAMRICHMAL CROMPTON
"I said 'no,'" declared Flamby untruthfully, and silently blessed the dusk which veiled her flaming cheeks.
"So you have made a good thing out of the Metamorphizer afterall," she said irrelevantly and untruthfully.
"I thought something had happened to you when I heard you call," Bradby answered, a trifle untruthfully.
THE LOST VALLEYJ. M. WALSH
She wrote to me to say that it was acting untruthfully to pretend to correspond from a place when I was not actually there.
SHE AND I, VOLUME 2JOHN CONROY HUTCHESON
This I untruthfully expressed myself delighted to do, and so he led me to the guard-house.
He was not ready to face a situation in which he would either have to deny untruthfully, or to keep damaging silence.
THE HONOUR OF THE CLINTONSARCHIBALD MARSHALL

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