Origin of falsity
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Examples from the Web for falsities
Jessica is miles above the ordinary tricks and wiles and falsities of women.A Sheaf of Corn
Mary E. Mann
And any number of falsities can be assumed about God and what He has made.Carmen Ariza
Charles Francis Stocking
Thus truth is simple, and but one; but falsities innumerable.Essays and Miscellanies
He shows also the fallacies and falsities of opposing testimony.Certain Success
Norval A. Hawkins
As they are of this character, even when they come into the other life, they are greatly infested there by evils and falsities.
- the state of being false or untrue
- something false; a lie or deception
Word Origin and History for falsities
1550s, from Old French fauseté (12c., Modern French fausseté), from Late Latin falsitatem (nominative falsitas), from Latin falsus (see false).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper