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  Overview  of  adj  false 
 
  The  adj  false  has  10  senses  (first  2  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (9)  false  --  (not  in  accordance  with  the  fact  or  reality  or  actuality;  "gave  false  testimony  under  oath";  "false  tales  of  bravery") 
  2.  (1)  false,  mistaken  --  (arising  from  error;  "a  false  assumption";  "a  mistaken  view  of  the  situation") 
  3.  false  --  (erroneous  and  usually  accidental;  "a  false  start";  "a  false  alarm") 
  4.  false,  hollow  --  (deliberately  deceptive;  "hollow  (or  false)  promises";  "false  pretenses") 
  5.  delusive,  false  --  (inappropriate  to  reality  or  facts;  "delusive  faith  in  a  wonder  drug";  "delusive  expectations";  "false  hopes") 
  6.  fake,  false,  faux,  imitation,  simulated  --  (not  genuine  or  real;  being  an  imitation  of  the  genuine  article;  "it  isn't  fake  anything  it's  real  synthetic  fur";  "faux  pearls";  "false  teeth";  "decorated  with  imitation  palm  leaves";  "a  purse  of  simulated  aligator  hide") 
  7.  false  --  (designed  to  deceive;  "a  suitcase  with  a  false  bottom") 
  8.  false,  off-key,  sour  --  (inaccurate  in  pitch;  "a  false  (or  sour)  note";  "her  singing  was  off  key") 
  9.  assumed,  false,  fictitious,  fictive,  pretended,  put  on  sham  --  (adopted  in  order  to  deceive;  "an  assumed  name";  "an  assumed  cheerfulness";  "a  fictitious  address";  "fictive  sympathy";  "a  pretended  interest";  "a  put-on  childish  voice";  "sham  modesty") 
  10.  false,  untrue  --  ((used  especially  of  persons)  not  dependable  in  devotion  or  affection;  unfaithful;  "a  false  friend;  "when  lovers  prove  untrue") 
 
  Antonyms  of  adj  false 
 
  10  senses  of  false 
 
  Sense  1 
  false  (vs.  true) 
 
  true  (vs.  false) 
  =>  actual,  genuine,  literal,  real 
  =>  apodictic,  apodeictic 
  =>  factual 
  =>  so(prenominal),  truthful 
  =>  sure 
 
  Sense  2 
  false,  mistaken 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  incorrect,  wrong)  ->  correct,  right 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  incorrect,  wrong)  ->  correct,  right 
 
  Sense  3 
  false 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  invalid)  ->  valid 
 
  Sense  4 
  false,  hollow 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  insincere)  ->  sincere 
 
  Sense  5 
  delusive,  false 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  unrealistic)  ->  realistic 
 
  Sense  6 
  fake,  false,  faux,  imitation,  simulated 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  artificial)  ->  natural 
 
  Sense  7 
  false 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  dishonest)  ->  honest,  honorable 
 
  Sense  8 
  false,  off-key,  sour 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  inharmonious)  ->  harmonious 
 
  Sense  9 
  assumed,  false,  fictitious,  fictive,  pretended,  put  on  sham 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  counterfeit)  ->  genuine,  echt 
 
  Sense  10 
  false,  untrue 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  inconstant)  ->  constant 
 
  Similarity  of  adj  false 
 
  10  senses  of  false 
 
  Sense  1 
  false  (vs.  true) 
  =>  mendacious 
  =>  specious 
  =>  trumped-up(postnominal) 
  =>  untrue,  wrong 
  Also  See->  dishonest#1,  dishonorable#2;  counterfeit#1,  imitative#3;  incorrect#1,  wrong#1;  insincere#1 
 
  Sense  2 
  false,  mistaken 
  =>  incorrect  (vs.  correct),  wrong  (vs.  right) 
 
  Sense  3 
  false 
  =>  invalid  (vs.  valid) 
 
  Sense  4 
  false,  hollow 
  =>  insincere  (vs.  sincere) 
 
  Sense  5 
  delusive,  false 
  =>  unrealistic  (vs.  realistic) 
 
  Sense  6 
  fake,  false,  faux,  imitation,  simulated 
  =>  artificial  (vs.  natural),  unreal 
 
  Sense  7 
  false 
  =>  dishonest  (vs.  honest),  dishonorable 
 
  Sense  8 
  false,  off-key,  sour 
  =>  inharmonious  (vs.  harmonious),  unharmonious 
 
  Sense  9 
  assumed,  false,  fictitious,  fictive,  pretended,  put  on  sham 
  =>  counterfeit  (vs.  genuine),  imitative 
 
  Sense  10 
  false,  untrue 
  =>  inconstant  (vs.  constant) 
 
  Attributes  of  adj  false 
 
  1  of  10  senses  of  false 
 
  Sense  1 
  false  (vs.  true) 
  =>  truth,  the  true,  verity 
 
  Familiarity  of  adj  false 
 
  false  used  as  an  adjective  is  familiar  (polysemy  count  =  10) 
 
  Grep  of  adj  false 
  false 
  falsetto 
  true-false 
 
  Overview  of  adj  false 
 
  The  adj  false  has  10  senses  (first  2  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (9)  false  --  (not  in  accordance  with  the  fact  or  reality  or  actuality;  "gave  false  testimony  under  oath";  "false  tales  of  bravery") 
  2.  (1)  false,  mistaken  --  (arising  from  error;  "a  false  assumption";  "a  mistaken  view  of  the  situation") 
  3.  false  --  (erroneous  and  usually  accidental;  "a  false  start";  "a  false  alarm") 
  4.  false,  hollow  --  (deliberately  deceptive;  "hollow  (or  false)  promises";  "false  pretenses") 
  5.  delusive,  false  --  (inappropriate  to  reality  or  facts;  "delusive  faith  in  a  wonder  drug";  "delusive  expectations";  "false  hopes") 
  6.  fake,  false,  faux,  imitation,  simulated  --  (not  genuine  or  real;  being  an  imitation  of  the  genuine  article;  "it  isn't  fake  anything  it's  real  synthetic  fur";  "faux  pearls";  "false  teeth";  "decorated  with  imitation  palm  leaves";  "a  purse  of  simulated  aligator  hide") 
  7.  false  --  (designed  to  deceive;  "a  suitcase  with  a  false  bottom") 
  8.  false,  off-key,  sour  --  (inaccurate  in  pitch;  "a  false  (or  sour)  note";  "her  singing  was  off  key") 
  9.  assumed,  false,  fictitious,  fictive,  pretended,  put  on  sham  --  (adopted  in  order  to  deceive;  "an  assumed  name";  "an  assumed  cheerfulness";  "a  fictitious  address";  "fictive  sympathy";  "a  pretended  interest";  "a  put-on  childish  voice";  "sham  modesty") 
  10.  false,  untrue  --  ((used  especially  of  persons)  not  dependable  in  devotion  or  affection;  unfaithful;  "a  false  friend;  "when  lovers  prove  untrue") 



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