False and True


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False adjective – Not being in agreement with what is true.
Usage example: early reports about the explosion contained much false information

True is an antonym for false in topics: untrue, fake, wrong, dishonest.
Nearby Words: falsify, falsehood, falsity, falseness, falsification
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True adjective – Being exactly as appears or as claimed.
Usage example: his claim that he's the heir to the throne of Greece can't be true

False is an antonym for true in topics: loyal, real.
Antonyms for True
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Things that words describes

love false love true love
friend false friend true friend
name false name true name
god false god true god
Other nouns: form, face, identity, story, king, ending, stories, friends, identities.

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  • Schrödinger's X: Based on the famous thought experiment, these are about cases where one choice can retroactively change whether something was true or false all along, so until then, it is both true and false at the same time.
  • Appeal to Ignorance: Claiming that something must be either true or false because nobody has proved otherwise.
  • Anything that does not fall into one of those two categories may or may not be true, and in fact may not even be such than the statement "That scene really happened that way" is true or false.
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