Sentences with False, Sentences about False in English

Sentences with False, Sentences about False in English

1. Clearly, the rumor is false.

2. That is not altogether false.

3. I think both claims are false.

4. Fair without, foul (false) within.

5. Better an open enemy than a false friend.

6. False friends are worse than open enemies.

7. A clear conscience laughs at false accusations.

8. Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.

9. Getting out of bed in the morning is an act of false confidence.

10. If there is no hell, a good many preachers are obtaining money under false pretenses.

11. In the unlikely story that is America, there has never been anything false about hope.

12. It is false to suggest that medical breakthroughs come only through government research.

13. This is the way of peace: Overcome evil with good, falsehood with truth, and hatred with love.

14. A reliable way to make people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth.

15. People who have given us their complete confidence believe that they have a right to ours. The inference is false, a gift confers no rights.

16. I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence.

17. A good face they say, is a letter of recommendation. O Nature, Nature, why art thou so dishonest, as ever to send men with these false recommendations into the World!

18. False happiness renders men stern and proud, and that happiness is never communicated. True happiness renders them kind and sensible, and that happiness is always shared.

19. Every year of my life I grow more convinced that it is wisest and best to fix our attention on the beautiful and the good, and dwell as little as possible on the evil and the false.

20. An educated person is one who has learned that information almost always turns out to be at best incomplete and very often false, misleading, fictitious, mendacious – just dead wrong.

21. It’s a great mistake, I think, to put children off with falsehoods and nonsense, when their growing powers of observation and discrimination excite in them a desire to know about things.

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