1. not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality;
2. arising from error;
3. erroneous and usually accidental;
4. deliberately deceptive;
5. inappropriate to reality or facts;
6. not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article;
7. designed to deceive;
8. inaccurate in pitch;
9. adopted in order to deceive;
10. (used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection; unfaithful;
1. in a disloyal and faithless manner;
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.
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
The cheater wrote me a false flap for 5,000 Australian dollars.
artificial, false, synthetic, man-made
There is relatively little information about false, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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