nothing could be further from the truth

Definition of nothing could be further from the truth

  1. —used to say that something is absolutely not true I know you think I don't care, but nothing could be further from the truth.

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

furtherplay
  1. :  farther

    :  in addition :  moreover

    :  to a greater degree or extent

  1. :  to help forward :  promote

  1. :  farther

    :  going or extending beyond :  additional

truthplay
  1. :  fidelity, constancy

    :  sincerity in action, character, and utterance

    :  the state of being the case :  fact


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