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Oxford dictionary definition of the word false:
1not according with truth or fact; incorrect:
he was feeding false information to his customers
the allegations were false
not according with rules or law:
2made to imitate something in order to deceive:
the trunk had a false bottom
a false passport
a horribly false smile
3illusory; not actually so:
sunscreens give users a false sense of security
[attributive] used in names of plants, animals, and gems that superficially resemble the thing properly so called, e.g. false oat.
a false lover
a situation in which one is compelled to act in a manner inconsistent with one’s true nature or principles.
Old English fals ‘fraud, deceit’, from Latin falsum ‘fraud’, neuter past participle of fallere ‘deceive’; reinforced or re-formed in Middle English from Old French fals, faus ‘false’