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Definition of "untruths" []

  • The state or quality of being untrue (noun)
  • A statement, fact, etc, that is not true (noun)
  • Plural form of untruth. (noun)

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Use "untruths" in a sentence
  • "Around the same time, Tata crossed swords with Rajeev Chandrasekhar, member of Parliament and the former CEO of BPL Mobile now Loop, refuting what he called untruths and distortion of facts."
  • "The closest we get are some "untruths" -- charges leveled by opponents of course."
  • "Disproved and disputed claims about his religion and citizenship, namely untruths that Obama is a Muslim and isn't U. S.-born, zip across chat rooms and dominate the blogosphere."