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falsehood something that is false or inaccurate, such as a false idea or notion. [1/4 definitions]
falsification the act of altering (documents, records, testimony, and the like) so as to make inaccurate or untrue.
falsify to make, or alter so as to make, untrue or inaccurate. [2/3 definitions]
inaccuracy the condition or quality of being inaccurate. [2 definitions]
lie1 to give a false or inaccurate impression; mislead; deceive. [1/5 definitions]
miscount an inaccurate or incorrect count. [1/2 definitions]
misinterpret to give an inaccurate explanation of. [1/2 definitions]
misquote an inaccurate quotation. [1/2 definitions]
off inaccurate; incorrect. [1/37 definitions]
off base mistaken; inaccurate; wrong.
stereotype a standardized and usually oversimplified and inaccurate conception held in common by many people. [1/3 definitions]
untrue factually inaccurate or incorrect; false. [1/3 definitions]