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Example sentences for "falsified"

Lexicographically close words:
falshed; falshood; falsi; falsification; falsifications; falsifies; falsify; falsifying; falsing; falsis
  1. These last considerations prevailed on me to defer my application to Shunah Shoo, until the suspicions regarding my faith had either died away, or been falsified by my scrupulous observance of all religious duties.

  2. I hardly know if it was love that we felt; poets have written so many lies about love, and have falsified it in such an exaggerated way, that I do not for certain know what it is.

  3. I know that God together with all His angels bears me witness that I have not falsified His Word, baptism or sacrament, but have preached rightly and truthfully.

  4. Illicit migration to the US - using homemade rafts, alien smugglers, or falsified visas - is a continuing problem.

  5. For they do not admit that this is a mistake of the translators, but maintain that there is a falsified statement in the original, from which, through the Greek, the Scripture has been translated into our own tongue.

  6. This, however, we have disposed of above, showing that it cannot be that men of so just a reputation as the seventy translators should have falsified their version.

  7. Later on the church even falsified the history of man in order to make it a prologue to Christianity.

  8. The refusal to release servants at the jubilee falsified and disannulled a grand leading type of the atonement, and was a libel on the doctrine of Christ's redemption.

  9. The refusal to release servants at the sound of the jubilee trumpet, falsified and disannulled a grand leading type of the atonement, and thus libelled the doctrine of Christ's redemption.

  10. A more effective and bolder scheme was to accuse Juan Prat of having falsified the series of articles sent to Rome.

  11. Their young engineer had not blown up the mills; Bob Winston did not go off at the last moment with the balance at the bank; Jack Darcy had not falsified accounts: but it came out just as everybody had predicted that it would!

  12. You say we falsified the vote of Louisiana.

  13. The angry and reverent spirit peculiar to youth appears to allow itself no peace, until it has suitably falsified men and things, to be able to vent its passion upon them: youth in itself even, is something falsifying and deceptive.

  14. The prophecy was falsified almost at the time.

  15. This reasonable forecast was utterly falsified by the event.

  16. Lord Milner then rises from his chair and replies to the deputation: [Footnote 230: It is scarcely necessary to point out that this prophecy of continued racial hatred has been completely falsified by events.

  17. This concluding portion of the gospel of Marx--its prophecies--has been in many of its details so completely falsified by events that even his most ardent disciples no longer insist on it.

  18. On returning to Scotland he found that, in addition to the falsified Letter, there existed the genuine Letter II.

  19. Like a conscientious man, he insisted that the falsified Letter should be suppressed, and Letter II.

  20. Footnote 59: This shows how unjustly Napoleon has been reproached with having falsified the truth, and calumniated the army, in that bulletin.

  21. That these meshes; beginning with alarming and falsified accounts of the estate of which Mr. W.

  22. I need say nothing here, on the first head, because nothing can show better than my history whether that prediction was verified or falsified by the result.

  23. Of King Alfonso the Learned (for he does not seem to have been by any means very wise) much more is of course known, though the saying about the blessedness of having no history is not falsified in his case.

  24. But there is no reason for believing that even the Teutonic tongues falsified the general law that poetry comes before prose.

  25. That which is fully known cannot be falsified but with reluctance of understanding, and alarm of conscience: of understanding, the lover of truth; of conscience, the sentinel of virtue.

  26. This lesson, however, has not been heeded; the history of Australian exploration being a history of conclusions drawn one year, to be falsified the next.

  27. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "falsified" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    affected; apocryphal; artificial; assumed; bastard; bogus; colored; counterfeit; distorted; dummy; embellished; embroidered; factitious; fake; falsified; feigned; fictitious; fraudulent; garbled; illegitimate; imitation; mock; perverted; phony; pinchbeck; pretended; pseudo; quasi; queer; sham; shoddy; simulated; spurious; supposititious; tin; tinsel; twisted; unauthentic; unnatural; unreal; warped