|proving something wrong, something that refutes something else, something which proves to be false, something which disproves; act of proving to be wrong||confutation|
|(about an organ or tissue) located in the wrong place||heterotopic|
|(Computers) process through which curved lines appear to have a jagged edge due to low-end graphics capabilities; creation of a false frequency when sampling audio data (caused by a low sampling rate)||aliasing|
|(French) false; artificial, fake, imitation||faux|
|(Slang) false teeth||snappers|
|a fake, counterfeit, fraud, hoax, fake; someone who pretends to be something he is not; pretense; decorative or protective covering (i.e. for a pillow, etc.), false, deceptive; pretended, , feigned, impostor, not genuine, pillow sham, feign; trick, dec...||sham|
|ability to be proved wrong, ability to be disproved||refutability|
|absurd misuse of words (especially the confusion of words which have a similar sound but a different meaning), example of malapropism, unintentional use of wrong word||malapropism|
|accept the facts, be encountered by somebody, be looking at somebody or something, boldness, come up against somebody or something, countenance, dial on clock or instrument, expect something bad, face makeup, false appearance, front of head, front part...||face|
|acceptable, better than acceptable, carnival, commercial exhibition, directly, done properly, event with farm competitions and amusements, false despite appearances, festival, market, bazaar; exhibition, show, good for sailing, improve, in fair territo...||fair|
|acceptance of false null hypothesis||type II error|
|accepted moral standards, how right or wrong something is, integrity; ethics; chastity; conformity to accepted rules of conduct, moral lesson||morality|
|accuse of a wrong, formally accuse of a crime (Law); accuse, charge, criticize, formally charge accused person||indict|
|act as if something were true, claim to own something, imaginary, make insincere claim about something, make something seem to be true, present a false image or appearance; impersonate; act in a role; claim, assert, simulated, feigned, make-believe||pretend|
|act of compensating, compensation, correction, act of remedying a problem or injustice; compensation, damages awarded for injustice or injury, dress again; correct a wrong, remedy an injustice; compensate, pay damages for an injustice or injury, impose...||redress|
|act of lying under oath; act of giving false testimony in a court of law, lie under oath, telling lies under oath||perjury|
|act of pretending; imitation, counterfeit; imitation of the operation or features of one system using another system (i.e. computer simulation), construction of mathematical model, fake, false appearance, reproduction of features of something||simulation|
|act of punishing, discipline, penalty; fine, financial penalty, penalty for doing something wrong, rough use||punishment|
|act of suspecting; condition of being suspected; mistrust, doubt; very small amount, trace, feeling of something wrong, small amount of something||suspicion|
|act of teasing somebody, false outer appearance, prank||put-on|
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