Crooked and False


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Crooked adjective – Given to or marked by cheating and deception.
Usage example: the common belief that gambling casinos are often crooked businesses

False is a synonym for crooked in disgraceful topic. In some cases you can use "False" instead an adjective "Crooked", when it comes to topics like unreliable.
Nearby Words: crook, crookedness, crookedly, crooking
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False adjective – Marked by, based on, or done by the use of dishonest methods to acquire something of value.
Usage example: false advertising that claimed that the vegetables were organically grown when they weren't

Crooked is a synonym for false in disgraceful topic. Sometimes you can use "Crooked" instead an adjective "False", if it concerns topics such as dishonest, unreliable.
Nearby Words: falsify, falsehood, falsity, falseness, falsification
Synonyms for False

Things that words describes

face crooked face false face
teeth crooked teeth false teeth

Both words in one sentence

  • If it is done by a crooked funeral director, then the concealment may involve a false bottom in the coffin.
  • Her attempt to right this wrong results in a near-rape, false accusations of attempted murder and actual theft, and — thanks to a crooked lawyer — a sentence that condemns her to a hellish prison for fiteen years.
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