Definition of untruth in English:
noun (plural untruths /-ˈtro͞oT͟Hz, -ˈtro͞oTHs/)
1A lie or false statement (often used euphemistically): they go off and tell untruths about organizations for which they worked
More example sentences
- But the media treat these routine untruths as respectable statements that ought to be analysed and debated.
- Don't become overly bold just because you feel you are safely hiding behind your computer screen and make statements that are untruths.
- Research revealed that untruths range from little white lies to huge whoppers aimed purely at personal gain.
story, myth, piece of fiction
1.1The quality of being false.
- The holy lotus, whose essence is white, indicates that knowledge is meticulously clean - untarnished by untruth, while the sitting position signifies wisdom, an indication that the ego must be suppressed.
- While definitely not a collective, as some panel members seemed to believe, the blogosphere is made up of individuals whose motivations for revealing truth and correcting untruth are not borne of a desire to bring down the media.
- Above the shelves where goods are stacked, printed signs admonish: ‘Even one drop of untruth will poison the entire milk ocean of truth.’