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- adj. Lacking truth, untruthful.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Devoid of truth; dishonest; dishonest; spurious; faithless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lacking truth; lacking reality; untrue.
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Senator Clinton's truthless, negative and recently most divisive 16 year Entitlement Campaign to the U.S. Presidency, has convinced me that Senator Obama is our only hope of defeating the Republicans.
As if the total suppression of human rights and liberties by truthless [never mind Godless] manipulators for the purposes of their own megalomaniacal advancement weren't horrifying enough in the abstract and scattered praxis where we've seen it, now they seek to put in harness the zombie drones they've created with their endless misinformation, and use them against those of us who think outside their box.
The coverage was "nowhere near the acme of ruthless, truthless journalism."
Clearly the LDV Blogger Boys are not as truthless as some of their party associates.
Whether you like Apple or not, they now carry that ruthless and truthless corporate taint to some degree.
In other words, even in a particularly truthless election year, the main argument of the supporters of Measure 36 is strikingly, unquestionably a lie.
Embraced by, arising from DRRII, then a lotus a Lakshmi, a Lady Prosperity, white, with one face and four arms, they are emanated forth and settle on the corolla of the lotus in the truthless corner.
In the south and truthless directions, from A: and HA:, then a butter-lamp and a red yaktail fan, there arise a Radiant Red Lady, Rakta-dipta, and a Mirage Lady, Marichi.
They are emanated forth and settle on their seats to the right of the southern doorway and in the truthless corner.
In the truthless one, from an A: comes a red ceremonial gandi, a wooden sounding-block.