falsification definition

  • noun:
    • the act of falsifying, or making false; a counterfeiting; the giving to something an appearance of something which it is really not
    • the act of falsifying, or making untrue; a counterfeiting; the giving to anything an appearance of a thing that it is really not
    • knowingly untrue statement or wilful misrepresentation
    • knowingly untrue declaration or wilful misrepresentation
    • showing a product of cost in a merchant account to-be incorrect
    • showing something of cost in an account become incorrect
    • The act of falsifying, or making false; a counterfeiting; the giving to anything an appearance of a thing that it is not.
    • The work of falsifying, or making untrue; a counterfeiting; the offering to a thing an appearance of something that it is really not.
    • Willful misstatement or misrepresentation.
    • Willful misstatement or misrepresentation.
    • The showing a product of cost in a free account to be incorrect.
    • The showing an item of fee in a free account is incorrect.
    • The work of falsifying or making false; false representation; the work of deceptively changing, adulterating, counterfeiting, misrepresenting, etc.: as, the falsification of loads and actions, of products, or of coin; falsification of a record, or of an author's meaning.
    • The act of falsifying or making false; untrue representation; the act of deceptively altering, adulterating, counterfeiting, misrepresenting, etc.: as, the falsification of loads and steps, of goods, or of coin; falsification of accurate documentation, or of an author's definition.
    • A showing to-be false or incorrect; confutation: because, the falsification of a prediction; the falsification of a charge.
    • A showing to-be untrue or incorrect; confutation: since, the falsification of a prediction; the falsification of a charge.
    • in-law: The offense of falsifying accurate documentation. See falsify, v. t.
    • In law: The offense of falsifying accurate documentation. See falsify, v. t.
    • In equity, the act of showing something stated from the credit part of a merchant account becoming incorrect.
    • the act of deciding that one thing is untrue
    • In equity, the act of showing something advertised regarding the credit part of an account to-be erroneous.
    • any proof that can help to establish the falsity of one thing
    • the work of identifying that something is untrue
    • a willful perversion of realities
    • any proof that can help to ascertain the falsity of anything
    • the act of rendering anything untrue as by deceptive changes (of papers or actions etc.) or counterfeiting
    • a willful perversion of details
    • the act of making anything false as by deceptive modifications (of documents or actions etc.) or counterfeiting
    • the act of falsifying, or making untrue; a counterfeiting; the offering to anything an appearance of a thing that it isn't
    • knowingly untrue statement or wilful misrepresentation
    • showing a product of charge in an account become wrong
    • The act of falsifying, or making untrue; a counterfeiting; the giving to a thing an appearance of a thing that it's not.
    • Willful misstatement or misrepresentation.
    • The showing a product of charge in a merchant account to be incorrect.
    • the work of falsifying, or making false; a counterfeiting; the offering to a thing an appearance of something that it isn't
    • The work of falsifying or making false; false representation; the act of deceptively changing, adulterating, counterfeiting, misrepresenting, etc.: as, the falsification of loads and measures, of goods, or of coin; falsification of an archive, or of an author's meaning.
    • knowingly untrue statement or wilful misrepresentation
    • A showing is untrue or incorrect; confutation: as, the falsification of a prediction; the falsification of a charge.
    • showing an item of cost in an account become incorrect
    • in-law: The offense of falsifying accurate documentation. See falsify, v. t.
    • In equity, the work of showing a product advertised in the credit part of a merchant account become incorrect.
    • the act of determining that some thing is untrue
    • any proof that can help to ascertain the falsity of some thing
    • a willful perversion of facts
    • the work of rendering anything untrue as by deceptive changes (of documents or actions etc.) or counterfeiting
    • The act of falsifying, or making false; a counterfeiting; the providing to something an appearance of something that it is not.
    • Willful misstatement or misrepresentation.
    • The showing a product of charge in a free account to-be wrong.
    • The act of falsifying or making untrue; untrue representation; the work of deceptively changing, adulterating, counterfeiting, misrepresenting, etc.: as, the falsification of loads and measures, of goods, or of money; falsification of accurate documentation, or of an author's definition.
    • A showing to be untrue or incorrect; confutation: because, the falsification of a prediction; the falsification of a charge.
    • in-law: The offense of falsifying accurate documentation. See falsify, v. t.
    • In equity, the act of showing an item claimed on the credit side of an account to be erroneous.
    • the act of deciding that some thing is false
    • any evidence that helps to determine the falsity of one thing
    • a willful perversion of details
    • the work of making anything false as by fraudulent modifications (of documents or measures etc.) or counterfeiting

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