falsely (adv.)
treacherously, deceitfully, dishonestly
2H6 I.iii.186 [Horner to King, of Peter] I am falsely accused by the villain
AW V.iii.113 [King to Bertram, of Bertram's denial about Helena's ring] Thou speakest it falsely
Cor III.i.60 [Cominius to Menenius] nor has Coriolanus / Deserved this so dishonoured rub, laid falsely / I'th' plain way of his merit
LLL I.i.76 [Berowne to King, of study to find truth] while truth the while / Doth falsely blind the eyesight of his look [also: wrongly]