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falsehood (s) (noun), falsehoods (pl)
1. An intentionally untrue statement; a lie: The politician was accused of spreading malicious falsehoods about his opponent.
2. A lack of conformity to truth or fact; inaccuracy: Mark's little son told a falsehood in hopes of that he would not be punished for accidentally breaking a window.
3. Something that does not agree with known or observable facts: The author of the book was accused of deliberately writing falsehoods about an airline pilot not being properly trained.
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