false (adj.)
unfair, unjust, double-crossing
MM III.ii.269[disguised Duke alone] So disguise shall by th'disguised / Pay with falsehood, false exacting [or: sense 1]
MND III.ii.194[Helena to and of Hermia, Lysander, and Demetrius] I perceive they have conjoined all three / To fashion this false sport in spite of me
TG IV.i.28[Valentine to Outlaws, of why he was banished] I killed a man ... / But yet I slew him manfully in fight, / Without false vantage
Tim IV.iii.377[Timon to Apemantus] I am sick of this false world
TNK V.iv.45[Palamon to Pirithous, of stopping the execution] Can that be, when / Venus I have said is false? [or: sense 2]
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