Falsehood and Truthfulness


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Falsehood noun – A statement known by its maker to be untrue and made in order to deceive.
Usage example: several falsehoods in the witness's testimony that may be grounds for perjury

Truthfulness is an antonym for falsehood in topics: lie, truth.
Nearby Words: false, falseness, falsely
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Truthfulness noun – Devotion to telling the truth.
Falsehood is an antonym for truthfulness in topics: honesty, falsity.
Nearby Words: truth, truthful, truthfully
Antonyms for Truthfulness
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  • Living Lie Detector In the Jennifer Lynn Barnes novels Golden and Platinum, Lexie James can see truth as if it were a physical property, allowing her to instantly determine the truthfulness or falsehood of any statement.
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