adjective, un·tru·er, un·tru·est.
Origin of untrue
Examples from the Web for untrue
Maxwell was not available for comment but has described all claims against her as “untrue” and “obvious lies.”
Maxwell was not available for comment describes all claims against her as “untrue” and “obvious lies.”Buckingham Palace Disputes Sex Allegations Against Prince ‘Randy Andy’|Tom Sykes|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
If they are untrue, I can understand your irritation, yet you have never roundly denied them.
When I asked the conservative, Jewish New York Times columnist David Brooks, he dismissed it as “untrue.”President Obama Needs to Defend Chuck Hagel If He Is Nominated for Secretary of Defense|Peter Beinart|December 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When I asked the conservative, Jewish New York Times columnist David Brooks, he dismissed it as “untrue.”
The whole world may believe it and yet it be untrue; the whole world may refuse to believe it, and yet it be true.The Plan of Salvation|John Morgan
All notions of exactions and monopolies, therefore, must be untrue, as applied to those two interests at that day.The Chainbearer|J. Fenimore Cooper
On Varnishing Day Stanfield urged that the sails were untrue.Turner|C. Lewis Hind
"Perhaps what the women tell us is untrue," the other suggested.The Lost Heir|G. A. Henty
I do not say that her connections were splendid, or that she made an absolute msalliance, for that would be untrue.At His Gates, Vol. 1(of 3)|Margaret Oliphant
Old English untreowe "unfaithful" (of persons), from un- (1) "not" + true (adj.). Cf. Middle Dutch ongetrouwe, Middle Low German ungetruwe, Old High German ungitriuwi, Old Norse utryggr. Meaning "contrary to facts" is attested from c.1300.