untruthfulness

[ uhn-trooth-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF untruthfulness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNTRUTHFULNESS

It was not Audrey's unfaithfulness that had hurt him so much as her untruthfulness.

I have succeeded in inspiring him with the utmost horror of untruthfulness.

The imputation of untruthfulness was one to which she was particularly sensitive.

In such a life there is no place for untruthfulness or any member of its impish brood.

With drunkenness exist also dirtiness, idleness, dishonesty, and untruthfulness.

I have lots of faults, but untruthfulness isn't one of them.

With this center of untruthfulness, what must the life in the family be?

What passes by the name of "Etiquette" is often of the essence of unpoliteness and untruthfulness.

Jonas Pike is to be flogged, as soon as his foot is well, for his untruthfulness.

Later, he often had occasion to experience the untruthfulness of Lorum.

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