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untruth

[ uhn-trooth ]
/ ʌnˈtruθ /
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noun, plural un·truths [uhn-troothz, -trooths]. /ʌnˈtruðz, -ˈtruθs/.
the state or character of being untrue.
want of veracity; divergence from truth.
something untrue; a falsehood or lie.
Archaic. unfaithfulness; disloyalty.
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Origin of untruth

First recorded before 900; Middle English; Old English untrēowth: see un-1, truth

synonym study for untruth

3. See falsehood.
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British Dictionary definitions for untruth

untruth
/ (ʌnˈtruːθ) /

noun
the state or quality of being untrue
a statement, fact, etc, that is not true
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