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falsism definition

  • noun:
    • A claim which self-evidently false, widely used a rhetorical device.
    • That which is obviously false; an assertion or declaration the falsity which is plainly obvious; -- against truism.
    • a definite or self-evident falsity; a statement or assertion the falsity that is plainly obvious: opposed to truism.
    • A claim this is certainly self-evidently false, commonly used a rhetorical unit.
    • That which is obviously untrue; an assertion or statement the falsity that is clearly evident; -- opposed to truism.
    • an obvious or self-evident falsity; a statement or assertion the falsity of which is clearly obvious: in opposition to truism.
    • A claim that's self-evidently untrue, widely used a rhetorical device.
    • A claim this is certainly self-evidently untrue, widely used a rhetorical product.
    • That which is evidently untrue; an assertion or statement the falsity which is plainly apparent; -- opposed to truism.
    • That which is obviously untrue; an assertion or statement the falsity which is clearly evident; -- in opposition to truism.
    • A clear or self-evident falsity; a statement or assertion the falsity of which is plainly apparent: opposed to truism.
    • A clear or self-evident falsity; a statement or assertion the falsity that is plainly apparent: opposed to truism.
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