untruest

untrue

[uhn-troo]
adjective, untruer, untruest.
1.
not true, as to a person or a cause, to fact, or to a standard.
2.
unfaithful; false.
3.
incorrect or inaccurate.

Origin:
before 1050; Middle English untrewe, Old English un(ge)trēowe; see un-1, true

untrueness, noun


1. groundless, unfounded, erroneous.
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untrue (ʌnˈtruː)
 
adj
1.  incorrect or false
2.  disloyal
3.  diverging from a rule, standard, or measure; inaccurate
 
un'trueness
 
n
 
un'truly
 
adv

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untrue
O.E. untreowe "unfaithful" (of persons), from un- (1) "not" + true. Cf. M.Du. ongetrouwe, M.L.G. ungetruwe, O.H.G. ungitriuwi, O.N. utryggr. Meaning "contrary to facts" is attested from c.1300.
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