, v. t. [L. falsare to falsify, fr. falsus: cf. F. fausser. See False, a.] 1. To report falsely; to falsify. [Obs.] Chaucer.
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2. To betray; to falsify. [Obs.]
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[He] hath his truthe falsed in this wise.
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3. To mislead by want of truth; to deceive. [Obs.]
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In his falsed fancy.
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4. To feign; to pretend to make. [Obs.] "And falsed oft his blows." Spenser.
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