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  • adj. Alternative spelling of false-hearted.

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Examples

  • "falsehearted," as opposed to the others, who are emphatically styled

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • You will find there contempt for a love so poor that it feared poverty; pity for a man who dared not face the world and conquer it, as a girl had done before him, and gratitude that I have found my 'master' in a truehearted boy, not a falsehearted man.

    Pauline's Passion and Punishment

  • When I explained again, then, she, in a friendly but deceitful and falsehearted manner kept on offering me sexy beverages of delightful colours and even better taste * hip*

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  • Resolved, That we believe the time is not far distant, when the Queen City of the West, shall be redeemed from the hateful influence of the slaveholder; redeemed from that cruel prejudice of caste which, hangs like a mill-stone around the neck of our people; redeemed from all those unequal laws, which have a tendency to make the strong stronger and the weak weaker; redeemed from their falsehearted friends, whose sarcastic smile is more to be feared than the frowns of an open enemy.

    Twenty-Two Years a Slave, and Forty Years a Freeman

  • a mill-stone around the neck of our people; redeemed from all those unequal laws, which have a tendency to make the strong stronger and the weak weaker; redeemed from their falsehearted friends, whose sarcastic smile is more to be feared than the frowns of an open enemy.

    Twenty-Two Years a Slave, and Forty Years a Freeman Embracing a Correspondence of Several Years, While President of Wilberforce Colony, London, Canada West

  • And you, you falsehearted harlot-you're the worst of them all! "

    Space Viking

  • But This Chicken Proved Falsehearted) in a frail, bright, mournful voice, contrasting nicely with his occasionally loopy lyrical concerns (he plays the one about the falsehearted chicken), beyond-loopy stage banter (we'll get to it), and taste for the odd R. Kelly cover.

    Village Voice - The most recent 10 stories

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