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  • EN [ fɔːls]
  • US [ fɔːls]

English definition


  • 1. not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality;

    • "gave false testimony under oath"
    • "false tales of bravery"
  • 2. arising from error;

    • "a false assumption"
    • "a mistaken view of the situation"
  • 3. erroneous and usually accidental;

    • "a false start"
    • "a false alarm"
  • 4. deliberately deceptive;

    • "hollow (or false) promises"
    • "false pretenses"
  • 5. inappropriate to reality or facts;

    • "delusive faith in a wonder drug"
    • "delusive expectations"
    • "false hopes"
  • 6. not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article;

    • "it isn't fake anything; it's real synthetic fur"
    • "faux pearls"
    • "false teeth"
    • "decorated with imitation palm leaves"
    • "a purse of simulated alligator hide"
  • 7. designed to deceive;

    • "a suitcase with a false bottom"
  • 8. inaccurate in pitch;

    • "a false (or sour) note"
    • "her singing was off key"
  • 9. adopted in order to deceive;

    • "an assumed name"
    • "an assumed cheerfulness"
    • "a fictitious address"
    • "fictive sympathy"
    • "a pretended interest"
    • "a put-on childish voice"
    • "sham modesty"
  • 10. (used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection; unfaithful;

    • "a false friend"
    • "when lovers prove untrue"


  • 1. in a disloyal and faithless manner;

    • "he behaved treacherously"
    • "his wife played him false"

Example sentences

  • I was wearing false eyelashes and a sweater two sizes too small.

  • Look at the false police reports that omitted or misstated crucial facts.

  • In the early seventies I wore false eyelashes, as was the fashion.

  • I can't understand why folks complain about false teeth.

  • It seems a false economy to me to cut down on libraries.

  • One false move and I knew Sarah would be dead.

  • He knew one false move would end in death.

  • The programme seemed false and sugary, and the characters smug.

  • He was convicted of filing false income tax returns.

  • Evans was trying to obtain a false passport and other documents.

  • Lulled into a false sense of security, we eagerly awaited their return.

  • A cheap bed can be a false economy.

  • "He's false, a phoney," Harry muttered.

  • The patient was registered under a false name.

  • "Thank you," she said with false enthusiasm.

Phrase collocation

  • false position

    a situation in which one is compelled to act in a manner inconsistent with one's true nature or principles

  • play someone false

    deceive or cheat someone


  • false flap

    • The cheater wrote me a false flap for 5,000 Australian dollars.

Synonym discrimination

  • artificial, false, synthetic, man-made

  • fake, false


Meaning of false

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