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false-hearted inclined to deceit and treachery.
falsehood a lie or untruth. [4 definitions]
false imprisonment any illegal detention or confinement, usu. the result of false arrest.
false keel a narrow strip attached below a ship's main keel for protection and added stability.
false pretenses intentional misrepresentation of facts, as for purposes of fraud.
false rib any of the lower five pairs of ribs that are not attached to the breastbone. (Cf. true rib.)
false step a stumble. [2 definitions]
false teeth an artificial set of teeth; dentures.
falsetto a voice pitched unnaturally high, esp. that of a male singer. [3 definitions]
falsie (informal) one of a pair of pads placed inside a brassiere to give the appearance of larger or more shapely breasts.
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. [3 definitions]
falsity the nature or state of being false; falseness. [2 definitions]
Falstaff a fat, boisterous, boastful knight in Henry IV and The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare.
falter to move, speak, or function hesitatingly or unsteadily; stumble. [4 definitions]
fame widespread recognition; public esteem; renown. [2 definitions]
famed widely known or talked about; renowned; famous.
familial of or relating to a family. [2 definitions]
familiar easily recognized; commonly known. [7 definitions]
familiarity knowledge or understanding of a particular thing. [3 definitions]
familiarize to make (someone) familiar with or knowledgeable about something.