Definition of falsity in English:

falsity

noun

mass noun
  • The fact of being untrue, incorrect, or insincere.

    ‘he exposed the falsity of the claim’
    • ‘Scorpio is the worst rising sign as it impedes and diminishes the relationship as well as being an indicator that there is falsity and deception involved.’
    • ‘Our culture is filled with liars and cheats, those great purveyors of falsity in the government, the media, the shops, and our homes.’
    • ‘I can't deal with every falsity in just one column, so I'll deal with the different parts of his speech over the course of several weeks.’
    • ‘Despite the falsity of that claim being widely known, the ‘study’ was published in a serious scientific journal.’
    • ‘Complainants would bear the burden of proving falsity or unfairness.’
    untruthfulness, untruth, fallaciousness, falseness, falsehood, fictitiousness, fiction, inaccuracy, inexactness, hollowness
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Pronunciation

falsity

/ˈfɒlsɪti//ˈfɔːlsɪti/