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Spell check of untruth

Correct spelling: untruth

imposition, flaw, balderdash, craft, fairy tale, prevarication, misbelief, guile, error, deceit, incorrectness, falsification, wrongness, fiction, badness, fraud, inaccuracy, tale, fish story, true, rubbish, double-dealing, illegality, misinformation, aberration, misconception, deception, spoof, canard, cock-and-bull story, disinformation, cheat, hallucination, distortion, illusion, malarkey, falsehood, pretense, taradiddle, fable, misrepresentation, lie, old wives' tale, half-truth, faultiness, mistake, fallaciousness, fabrication, misstatement, whopper, invention, mendacity, gull, delusion, lying, rot, inveracity, white lie, hogwash, falsity, finesse, correct, myth, tall tale, false statement, deceitfulness, story, hypocrisy, evasion, duplicity, cunning, perversion, dissimulation, erroneousness, baloney, trickery, fib, trick, fallacy, falseness.

credibility, fact, openness, authentication, truism, guilelessness, correctness, verification, trustworthiness, actuality, true statement, factuality, verity, frankness, substantiation, factualness, genuineness, validation, confirmation, sincerity, veracity, honesty, truth, accuracy, truthfulness, simplicity, candor.

Examples of usage:

1) " It is revealed above all to those who cultivate common sense and reject the sophistries of untruth that they may surround themselves with truth. - "Common Sense Subtitle: How To Exercise It", Yoritomo-Tashi.

2) They will be the prey of duplicity and untruth. - "Common Sense Subtitle: How To Exercise It", Yoritomo-Tashi.

3) " My moments are too limited here to allow me time for an untruth. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.