false: incorrect, wrong, the opposite of "true"; fake adjective
She gave a false name to the police. She said she was called Jane Smith, but her real name is Judith Robinson.
  • ""Invent a false testimonial"."
  • "Is it true that you threw the public askew with a great slew of false clues?"
  • "That's completely false."

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