nothing could be farther from the truth

Definition of nothing could be farther from the truth

  1. —used to say that something someone else has said is completely untrue You think I don't like you? Nothing could be farther from the truth. I like you very much.

Word by Word Definitions

nothingplay
  1. :  not any thing :  no thing

    :  no part

    :  one of no interest, value, or consequence

  1. :  not at all :  in no degree

  1. :  something that does not exist

    :  the absence of all magnitude or quantity

    :  zero

  1. :  of no account :  worthless

couldplay
  1. : past tense ofcan

    : used in auxiliary function in the past , in the past conditional , and as an alternative to can suggesting less force or certainty or as a polite form in the present

fartherplay
  1. :  at or to a greater distance or more advanced point

    :  to a greater degree or extent

  1. :  more distant :  remoter

    :  further

truthplay
  1. :  fidelity, constancy

    :  sincerity in action, character, and utterance

    :  the state of being the case :  fact


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