untruthfully

[ uhn-trooth-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF untruthfully
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNTRUTHFULLY

"It's not an uncommon name," said Hay, untruthfully and quickly.

"I'm not," answered Master Calvin untruthfully, concealing a pipe.

"I thought it was a bombing machine that had come back," said Burnley untruthfully.

"And no more I did," says the woman sullenly and most untruthfully.

"My husband's friends don't interest me in the least," she said untruthfully.

“I am not much of a hand at poker,” he said hesitatingly and untruthfully.

He was recklessly and untruthfully boastful, as instinct told her.

You are confusing treachery and cowardice, and you are doing it untruthfully.

"I have not inquired concerning that," said the color-bearer, untruthfully.

"But it is much nicer—to see them all at once, I mean," she added, untruthfully.