falsely definition

  • adverb:
    • In a false fashion.
    • In a false way; mistakenly; maybe not certainly; perfidiously or treacherously.
    • in an insincerely untrue fashion
    • in an incorrect fashion
    • In a false way.
    • In a false manner; mistakenly; perhaps not truly; perfidiously or treacherously.
    • in an insincerely untrue fashion
    • in an incorrect fashion
    • In a false way.
    • In a false manner; erroneously; maybe not undoubtedly; perfidiously or treacherously.
    • in an insincerely false fashion
    • in an incorrect way
  • others:
    • In a false method; against truth and reality; maybe not really: as, to speak or swear falsely; to testify falsely.
    • Treacherously; perfidiously.
    • perhaps not properly; erroneously; mistakenly: as, a passage falsely translated.
    • In a false way; versus truth and reality; maybe not really: as, to speak or swear falsely; to testify falsely.
    • Treacherously; perfidiously.
    • perhaps not properly; mistakenly; erroneously: as, a passage falsely translated.
    • In a false way; versus truth and fact; not really: as, to talk or swear falsely; to testify falsely.
    • Treacherously; perfidiously.
    • perhaps not properly; mistakenly; erroneously: as, a passage falsely translated.

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