[ UK /ʌntɹˈuːθ/ ]
[ US /ənˈtɹuθ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a false statement
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How To Use untruth In A Sentence

  • As long as Palin hides behind Facebook like a teenager lobbing untruths she will not be taken seriously. Begala calls Palin 'about half a whack job'
  • Political discourse, in this view, is full of manipulation, deception, and untruths whose object is political advantage.
  • At best it was enormously misleading, and at worst it was untruthful.
  • the statement given under oath was untruthful
  • For Fuhrman, the emergence of poetry as fruitful untruth is a source of fascination.
  • With her, untruthfulness had always been a difficult matter. CHAPTER VII
  • Political discourse, in this view, is full of manipulation, deception, and untruths whose object is political advantage.
  • This week, Cllr White reacted angrily to what she calls ‘the smears and untruths,’ levelled at her by Senator Nolan in last week's Nationalist.
  • 'Oh, I don't call fibs, which a person has to tell in the way of business, untruths.' A Woman Intervenes
  • A slip becomes a slide when the executive starts setting unacceptable standards based on deceit and untruth.
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