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untrue

adjective un·true \-ˈtrü\

: not true

: not loyal to someone or something : not honest

Full Definition of UNTRUE

1
:  not faithful :  disloyal
2
:  not according with a standard of correctness :  not level or exact
3
:  not according with the facts :  false
un·tru·ly \-ˈtrü-lē\ adverb

Examples of UNTRUE

  1. He made untrue statements to the press.
  2. Her lover had been untrue.

First Known Use of UNTRUE

before 12th century

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