Falsity meaning

fôl'sĭ-tē
The quality or condition of being false.
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Something false; a lie.
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The condition or quality of being false.
  • Incorrectness.
  • Dishonesty.
  • Deceitfulness.
  • Disloyalty.
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Something false; esp., a lie.
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(countable) Something that is false; an untrue assertion.

The belief that the world is flat is a falsity.

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(uncountable) The characteristic of being untrue.

The falsity of that statement is easily proven.

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Origin of falsity

Corresponding to false +‎ -ity. From Middle French fausseté, from Late Latin falsitas.