correct vs false vs wrong
- make reparations or amends for
- alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard
- make right or correct
- censure severely
- punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience
- free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth
- socially right or correct
- in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure
- correct in opinion or judgment
In this edition, such mistakes are corrected, and the original errata slips are also published.
The hat, I think the style was called fedora, had a dark band and a dint in the top, which my father would sometimes correct with a chopping action of his right hand.
You can't have a show called Politically Incorrect and then abjectly apologize for not being PC.
- erroneous and usually accidental
- inappropriate to reality or facts
- arising from error
- designed to deceive
- not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article
- in a disloyal and faithless manner
It would almost be better to have no backbench bills at all than the current system, which offers a false glimmer of hope.
Thereafter thought, weighing the truth or falseness of the notion, determines what is true: and this explains the Greek word for thought, dianoia, which is derived from dianoein, meaning to think and discriminate.
One in 20 changed their marital status to appeal to employers and five per cent falsely claimed to play golf.