I (falsehood) noun canard, concoction, deceit, deception, deliberate falsification, dissemblance, dissimulation, distortion, duplicity, evasion, fabrication, faithlessness, false statement, falsification, falsity, fantasy, fib, fiction, figment, inaccuracy, incorrectness, insincerity, intentional misstatement, intentional untruth, invention, inveracity, lie, mendacium, misrepresentation, misstatement, myth, perversion of truth, pretense, prevarication, suppression of truth, untrue statement, untruth, want of fidelity II (narrative) noun account, adventures, article, chronicle, conte, description, dispatch, epic, fabula, historiette, history, legend, memoir, narratio, narration, news, news article, news item, newspaper report, particulars, piece, portrayal, press notice, publicity, recapitulation, recital, recitation, record, recountal, relation, report, saga, sketch, summary of facts, tale, tidings III index falsehood, figment, item, myth, recital, scenario, statement

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