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Correct spelling:
Not true; unfaithful; not real.
pretentious (adjective)
la-di-da, theatrical, deceitful, forged, studied, synthetic, fraudulent, unnatural, affected, impersonating, facade, mannered, ostentatious, masquerading, stiff, forced, posing, overdone, mock, fake, showy, ersatz, histrionic, bogus, imposture, pretentious, stilted, artificial, imitation, stagy, counterfeit.
erroneous (adjective)
fallacious, misjudged, inaccurate, illogical, misestimated, flawed, marred, miscalculated, misconceived, incorrect, mistaken, erroneous, faulty, defective, distorted, botched, misconstrued.
wrong (adjective)
mistaken, faulty, illegal, untrue, bad, wrong, inaccurate, fallacious, incorrect, improper, flawed, erroneous, aberrant.
false (adjective)
counterfeit, fictional, fraudulent, crooked, bogus, dishonest, deceptive, truthless, deceitful, deluding, phony.
Other synonyms:
hollow, imitative, mistaken, insincere, mendacious, fictitious, pretended, faux, treacherously, untrue, delusive, inharmonious, unreal, dishonorable, off-key, inconstant, imitation, wrong, incorrect, fictive, faithlessly, invalid, simulated, artificial, unharmonious, put on, treasonably, unrealistic, assumed, fake, dishonest, counterfeit, trumped-up, sham, sour, specious, traitorously.
Examples of usage:
  1. Who said I thought you were false? - "A Hazard of New Fortunes, Part Fifth", William Dean Howells.
  2. But just when she was sure that she had found something false, something that she knew was not right in the things they taught her, she was always told that she had not understood. - "The Shepherd of the North", Richard Aumerle Maher.
  3. Oh, the past- so much made up of Ralph; and now, as she saw, made up of something strange and false and other than she had thought it. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.

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