The word “false,” when used in a sentence is usually in the form of a negative connotation.

The thesaurus provides many words and they all describes some of the horrors of our world; untrue, wrong, erroneous, fallacious, flawed, distorted, inaccurate, imprecise, untruth, fictitious, concocted, fabricated, invented, trump up, unfounded, spurious, counterfeit, forged, and fraudulent.

When applied to politicians, every thesaurus word is applicable, how ironic?

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4 thoughts on ““False””
  1. How true! I especially appreciated the “trumped up” word.

  2. It appears to be a Worldwide trend among politicians.

  3. Politicians aren’t the only ones that commit falsehoods. People lie everyday. Many of them lie when they’d be better off telling the truth.

    1. That is oh so true. It is amazing the embellishment or as my mother would say a lie, tugs at the ego of so many people on a daily basis. 🙂

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