false (adv.)
wrongly, erroneously, in error
1H4 I.ii.65[Prince Hal to Falstaff] Thou judgest false already!
H8 II.iv.136[King Henry to all, of Queen Katherine] That man i'th' world who shall report he has / A better wife, let him in nought be trusted / For speaking false in that
KL I.iv.229[King Lear to Fool] by the marks of sovereignty, knowledge, and reason, I should be false persuaded I had daughters
MA IV.i.235[Friar to Leonato] if all aim but this be levelled false
Mac V.v.38.2[Macbeth to Messenger] If thou speak'st false
TG IV.ii.57[disguised Julia to Host, of Proteus] He plays false [also: sense 1]
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