• Definition for "falsify"
    • to convey untruthfully; misrepresent.
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falsify definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to convey untruthfully; misrepresent.
    • In order to make untrue by modifying or contributing to: falsify testimony.
    • To counterfeit; forge: falsify a visa.
    • To declare or prove to be untrue.
    • which will make untrue; to portray falsely.
    • To counterfeit; to forge.
    • to show to-be false, or untrustworthy; to confute; to disprove; to nullify; to produce to seem untrue.
    • To violate; to-break by falsehood.
    • To baffle or escape.
    • To avoid or defeat; to prove false, as a judgment.
    • to exhibit, in accounting, (an inem of charge inserted in a merchant account) is incorrect.
    • to produce untrue by multilation or addition; to tamper with.
    • To state untruthfully; misrepresent.
    • To make false by modifying or adding to: falsify testimony.
    • To counterfeit; forge: falsify a visa.
    • To declare or show to be false.
    • In order to make untrue; to portray falsely.
    • To counterfeit; to create.
    • to show becoming untrue, or untrustworthy; to confute; to disprove; to nullify; to make to seem false.
    • To violate; to split by falsehood.
    • To baffle or escape.
    • in order to prevent or conquer; to prove false, as a judgment.
    • to exhibit, in accounting, (an inem of fee inserted in an account) becoming wrong.
    • to produce untrue by multilation or addition; to tamper with.
    • To state untruthfully; misrepresent.
    • To state untruthfully; misrepresent.
    • To make false by changing or adding to: falsify testimony.
    • to create untrue by modifying or contributing to: falsify testimony.
    • To counterfeit; forge: falsify a visa.
    • To declare or end up being untrue.
    • To make false; to represent falsely.
    • To counterfeit; to create.
    • To prove becoming false, or untrustworthy; to confute; to disprove; to nullify; to make to appear false.
    • To break; to-break by falsehood.
    • To baffle or escape.
    • to prevent or beat; to show false, as a judgment.
    • To show, in accounting, (an inem of fee placed in a merchant account) becoming wrong.
    • to help make false by multilation or inclusion; to tamper with.
    • To counterfeit; forge: falsify a visa.
    • To declare or turn out to be false.
    • to create false; to express falsely.
    • To counterfeit; to forge.
    • to show become untrue, or untrustworthy; to confute; to disprove; to nullify; to produce appearing untrue.
    • To violate; to split by falsehood.
    • To baffle or escape.
    • To avoid or beat; to show untrue, as a judgment.
    • to exhibit, in bookkeeping, (an inem of charge placed in a free account) is incorrect.
    • to create untrue by multilation or inclusion; to tamper with.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to produce false statements; rest.
    • to share with lies; to violate the facts.
    • to help make false statements; lay.
    • to share with lies; to break the truth.
    • to produce untrue statements; lay.
    • to inform lies; to break the facts.
    • to produce false statements; lay.
    • To tell lies; to break the facts.
  • verb:
    • to improve to be able to be untrue; to make incorrect.
    • To misrepresent.
    • To prove to-be untrue.
    • to improve to be able to be untrue; to produce wrong.
    • To misrepresent.
    • To prove is untrue.
    • confirm untrue
    • falsify knowingly
    • insert words into texts, frequently falsifying it thus
    • make false by mutilation or inclusion; by an email or tale
    • tamper, using the function of deception
    • prove false
    • falsify knowingly
    • place terms into texts, usually falsifying it thus
    • make false by mutilation or addition; since a message or tale
    • tamper, with the function of deception
    • To alter in order to be false; to produce wrong.
    • To misrepresent.
    • to show is untrue.
    • to improve to be able to be untrue; to make wrong.
    • To misrepresent.
    • To prove is false.
    • prove untrue
    • falsify knowingly
    • place words into texts, frequently falsifying it therefore
    • prove false
    • falsify knowingly
    • place terms into texts, frequently falsifying it thus
    • make false by mutilation or inclusion; by a message or tale
    • make false by mutilation or addition; at the time of a message or story
    • tamper, because of the function of deception
    • tamper, utilizing the purpose of deception
  • others:
    • to create false or misleading; cause to vary from truth or genuineness; change to be able to deceive; sophisticate; adulterate; misrepresent: because, to falsify reports, loads and actions, or commodities; to falsify your definition.
    • To make a false representation of; counterfeit; forge.
    • to demonstrate to-be erroneous or wrong; disprove: as, the big event falsified their words.
    • To violate; break by falsehood or treachery: because, to falsify a person's trust or term.
    • resulting in to fail or become false; baffle; make useless: as, to falsify a person's aim.
    • To feign, as a blow. Just like false, v. t., 5.
    • In law: To prove is false, as a judgment; prevent or defeat.
    • In equity, to show to-be incorrect, as an item stated regarding credit part of an account.
    • to inform falsehoods; lie; break the reality.
    • to produce false or deceptive; cause to vary from truth or genuineness; change in order to deceive; sophisticate; adulterate; misrepresent: since, to falsify reports, loads and actions, or commodities; to falsify a person's meaning.
    • to help make a false representation of; counterfeit; forge.
    • showing to-be erroneous or wrong; disprove: as, the big event falsified his words.
    • To violate; break by falsehood or treachery: as, to falsify a person's trust or term.
    • resulting in to fail or become false; baffle; make worthless: as, to falsify your aim.
    • To feign, as a blow. Just like false, v. t., 5.
    • in-law: to show to be untrue, as a judgment; avoid or conquer.
    • In equity, to exhibit to-be incorrect, as something reported in the credit side of an account.
    • to share with falsehoods; rest; break the reality.
    • To make untrue or deceptive; cause to vary from truth or genuineness; modification so as to deceive; sophisticate; adulterate; misrepresent: since, to falsify records, loads and actions, or commodities; to falsify someone's meaning.
    • to create a false representation of; counterfeit; forge.
    • showing becoming erroneous or incorrect; disprove: as, the function falsified their words.
    • To violate; break by falsehood or treachery: since, to falsify a person's faith or word.
    • resulting in to fail or be untrue; baffle; make ineffective: since, to falsify someone's aim.
    • To feign, as a blow. Identical to untrue, v. t., 5.
    • In law: to show to be false, as a judgment; stay away from or defeat.
    • In equity, to show become incorrect, as a product reported in the credit side of a free account.
    • to inform falsehoods; lie; break the truth.
    • To make untrue or deceptive; cause to vary from truth or genuineness; change in order to deceive; sophisticate; adulterate; misrepresent: because, to falsify records, weights and steps, or commodities; to falsify an individual's definition.
    • to help make a false representation of; counterfeit; forge.
    • to demonstrate becoming incorrect or wrong; disprove: since, the big event falsified their words.
    • To violate; break by falsehood or treachery: as, to falsify one's trust or term.
    • resulting in to fail or be untrue; baffle; make useless: because, to falsify someone's aim.
    • To feign, as a blow. Same as false, v. t., 5.
    • In law: to show to be false, as a judgment; prevent or defeat.
    • In equity, to demonstrate becoming incorrect, as something reported in the credit part of a free account.
    • to share with falsehoods; lay; violate the truth.
  • noun:
    • In fencing, a feint; a baffling push.
    • In fencing, a feint; a baffling thrust.
    • In fencing, a feint; a baffling push.
    • In fencing, a feint; a baffling thrust.
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