What is another word for untruly?

Pronunciation: [ʌntɹˈuːli] (IPA)

Untruly is a term that is mainly used to suggest the inaccuracy or deceitfulness of a person, statement, or action. There are several synonyms for this term, including dishonestly, falsely, unfaithfully, insincerely, and incorrectly. These synonyms describe a person or act that is not truthful, reliable, or trustworthy. For instance, when someone speaks untruthfully, he/she is being dishonest and not genuine in his/her words. Similarly, an action that is carried out unfaithfully could be interpreted as not being committed to its cause or outcome. Therefore, by understanding the different synonyms for untruly, one can better articulate and express concepts and ideas in a more coherent and accurate manner.

Usage examples for Untruly

She dreads a mistake, and is afraid that in speaking too quickly she may speak untruly.
"Paul Patoff"
F. Marion Crawford
"Thou hast untruly spoken," said the king; "wherefore go lightly back and throw it in, and spare not."
"The Legends Of King Arthur And His Knights"
James Knowles
It is hard to know how to say it to you, her son, but it must be told, nevertheless, that one day, when your father was out, she untruly informed your uncle that his brother had consented to the performance of the operation, and that he had gone purposely out of the house because he had not nerve enough to stay and witness it.
"The Queen of Hearts"
Wilkie Collins Last Updated: January 3, 2009

Famous quotes with Untruly

  • Anyone that truly loves you is true to form/type i.e. he/she is loving you genuinely. But the reverse is the case with whoever that loves you untruly.
    Emeasoba George
  • And thus, in full, there are four classes: the men who feel nothing, and therefore see truly; the men who feel strongly, think weakly, and see untruly (second order of poets); the men who feel strongly, think strongly, and see truly (first order of poets); and the men who, strong as human creatures can be, are yet submitted to influences stronger than they, and see in a sort untruly, because what they see is inconceivably above them. This last is the usual condition of prophetic inspiration.
    John Ruskin

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