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Correct spelling:


lying under oath
disproof, falsification, falsifying, refutation, Refutal.
disproof, falsification, refutation.
betraying, cheating, double-crossing, misleading, Bilking, Deluding, Duping, Fooling, Conning, Swindling.
corrupting, Misteaching, misrepresenting, misadvising, miseducating, misinforming.
affecting, covering, forging, posing, pretending, showing, staging, Bluffing, Claiming, Deceiving, Defrauding, Disguising, Imitating, Impersonating, Masquerading, Counterfeiting, faking.
Examples of usage:
  1. The first and most earnest concern of every reputable newspaper is to secure truth and accuracy in its news reports, and every newspaper writer knows that there is no surer way of losing his employment and with it his chance of securing another than by falsifying in his reports. – Recollections of a Varied Life by George Cary Eggleston
  2. There shall be seen the woe that on the Seine He brings by falsifying of the coin, Who by the blow of a wild boar shall die. – Divine-Comedy-Longfellow-s-Translation-Complete by Dante Alighieri
  3. For these reasons, thinking that they would detain him in the city by falsifying the auspices, by the delay of the Latin festival, and other hinderances to which a consul was liable, he pretended a journey, and, while yet in a private capacity, departed secretly to his province. – The History of Rome; Books Nine to Twenty-Six by Titus Livius
  4. The matter is by no means simple; it is not easy to conceive of a means of purifying the literature of the past without weakening it, and even falsifying it, but it is best to own that it is in all respects just what it is, and not to feign it otherwise. – Literature and Life by William Dean Howells
  5. This is all that I think necessary to state to your Lordships upon this monstrous part of the arrangement; and therefore, from his rigorous obedience in cases of cruelty, and, where control was directed, from his total disobedience, and from his choice of persons, from his suppression of the accounts that ought to have been produced, and falsifying the accounts that were kept, there arises a strong inference of corruption. – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. X. (of 12) by Edmund Burke