falsely

All Adverb
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  • Some falsely used the names of famous artists or studios to mark pieces.
  • The lives of those that they falsely accused were also largely destroyed.
  • First, he claimed that it falsely represented human social action.
  • Records is once again listed, after being falsely listed before.
  • These people claimed falsely to be in possession of Church property which they refused to give up to officials.
  • In recent years, DNA evidence has been used to clear many people falsely convicted.
  • These can cause the alarm to falsely sense an attempted break-in.
  • This led some to falsely charge him with being pro drug testing.
  • He also has a desire for truth and to prove a falsely accused man innocent.
  • Years ago she had been forced to leave the school after being falsely accused in an incident involving a student.
  • It is falsely stated in the anime that his wife is his daughter.
  • It cannot be used to rule out the diagnosis and may be falsely positive in those without the disease.
  • The song later became hugely popular and was falsely claimed by other authors.
  • However, falsely reporting one's income is itself the commission of a crime.
  • Earlier he had run campaign ads in which he falsely represented the same girlfriend as his wife.
  • In later years, many adults falsely claimed to have been members of Our Gang.
  • He insisted he was an honorable man and falsely claimed he had never killed anyone.
  • It cannot be used to rule out the diagnosis, and may be falsely positive in those without the disease.
  • But one day, he meets a gentle white dog who has been falsely accused of terrible crimes.
  • Henke falsely believed the British wanted to try him as a war criminal.
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Meaning of falsely

  • adverb In an insincerely false manner
    a seduction on my part would land us with the necessity to rise, bathe and dress, chat falsely about this and that, and emerge into the rest of the evening as though nothing had happened
  • adverb In an incorrect manner
    to credit Lister with the first formulation of the basic principle of stratigraphy would be to bestow credit falsely