noun, plural un·truths [uhn-trooth z, -trooths] /ʌnˈtruðz, -ˈtruθs/.
Examples from the Web for untruth
But then people started defending--or minimizing to the point of untruth--the clearly indefensible.
He was going nuts with frustration in the face of what he considered to be phoniness and untruth.In Vice Presidential Debate, Joe Biden Perfects Art of the Smirk|Lee Siegel|October 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And then the very fact of celebrity bankrolls its own momentum, creates its own truth out of a card house of untruth.Trump Endorsed Romney Because It Was Like Calling to Like|Lee Siegel|February 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If he told an untruth, she kept silence with her lips, but scarcely with her expression.Recollections Of My Childhood And Youth|George Brandes
Why, when I was your age I never even thought of telling an untruth.
It is not honest inquiry that makes anarchy; but it is error, insincerity, half-belief and untruth that make it.
He could not speak an untruth, nor could he admit the great fear that almost stopped the beating of his heart.Camp-fire and Wigwam|Edward Sylvester Ellis
Who on earth could ever have told you so monstrous an untruth?A Siren|Thomas Adolphus Trollope