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falsificate (fawl SIF i kayt") (verb), falsificates; falsificated; falsificating
1. To make statements that are not true; to lie: Mike's daughter falsificated when she told him that she had spent the afternoon studying for the final exam that would take place in high school tomorrow.

People are complaining that the political candidate is falsificating more often than telling the truth about what he will do if he is elected.

2. Etymology: from Latin falsificare, "to act dishonestly".
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