Falschheit ist ... eine Lüge der ganzen Person. Jean de La Bruyère (1645-1696), Von den Frauen
Falschheit ist des Teufels Tochter, die mit ihres Vaters Zunge spricht. dk] Løgn er Fandens Datter, og taler sin Faders Maal.
Falschheit ist ehrlos, und Lug wird von jedem verachtet. Sadi, Pend-nameh
Falschheit liebt die geraden Wege nicht. dk] Løgn bliver ikke træt af at gaae lange veie.
Falschheit regiert die gantze Welt.
Falschheit soll nicht über Recht gehen. info] Aber sie geht oft über Recht, d.h. es gelingt, durch Leugnen und allerhand Rechtskniffe das Recht zu besiegen
Falschheit steckt auch hinter einem schönen Gesicht. dk] Falskhed ligger ofte under fagert haar.
Falschheit trägt das Banner auf Erden.
Falschheit und untreu find man auff allen märckten feil.
Falschheit versteckt sich oft unter blondem Haar.
Falschheit, Latein und böses Geld gehen durch die ganze Welt. dk] Løgn og latin løbe verden omkring.
Falschheit, List und Trug ist Neidhards bestes Meisterstück.
False ambition severs the neck. Arabic
False as stairs of sand. Shakespeare
False as the adulterate promises of favorites in power when poor men court them. Otway
False as the fowler's artful snare. Smollett
False eloquence is exaggeration, true eloquence is emphasis. W. R. Alger
False face must hide what the false heart doth know. Shakespeare
False fancy brings real misery. Schiller
False friends are like our shadow, keeping close to us while we walk in the sunshine, but leaving us the instant we cross into the shade. Bovee
False friends are worse than bitter enemies.
False friends are worse than open enemies.
False friendship like the ivy, decays and ruins the walls it embraces; but true friendship gives new life and animation to the object it supports. Burton
False glory is the rock of vanity; it seduces men to affect esteem by things which they indeed possess, but which are frivolous, and which for a man to value himself on would be a scandalous error. La Bruyère
False hope kills more readily than bitter truth.
False in one respect, never trustworthy.
False in one thing, false in everything. Law Maxim
False modesty is the masterpiece of vanity: showing the vain man in such an illusory light that he appears in the reputation of the virtue quite opposite to the vice which constitutes his real character; it is a deceit. La Bruyère
False modesty is the most decent of all falsehoods. Chamfort
False praise can please, and calumny affright None but the vicious, and the hypocrite. Horace
False praise is always confined to the great. Lord Kames
False rumors die of their own stench. Chatfield
False shame only is harmful. Livy
False wit is a fatiguing search after cunning traits, an affectation of saying in enigmas what others have already said naturally, to hang together ideas which are incompatible, to divide that which ought to be united, of seizing false relations. Voltaire
False Wizard, avaunt! I have marshalled my clan, Their swords are a thousand, their bosoms are one! They are true to the last of their blood and their breath, And like reapers descend to the harvest of death. Lochiel's Warning, T. CAMPBELL.
False-dealing travels a short road, and surely detected. William Penn
Falseando a verdade, a maioria dos homens prefere antes parecer a ser. (Ésquilo)
Falsehood always endeavors to copy the mien and attitude of truth. Johnson
Falsehood and death are synonymous. Bancroft
Falsehood and delusion are allowed in no case whatever; but, as in the exercise of all the virtues, there is an economy of truth. It is a sort of temperance, by which a man speaks truth with measure, that he may speak it the longer. Burke
Falsehood and fraud shoot up on every soil, The product of all climes. JOSEPH ADDISON (1672-1719), Cato. Act 4, 4.
Falsehood avails itself of haste and uncertainty. Tacitus
Falsehood is a nettle that stings those who meddle with it.
Falsehood is cowardice. Hosea Ballou
Falsehood is difficult to be maintained. When the materials of a building are solid blocks of stone, very rude architecture will suffice; but a structure of rotten materials needs the most careful adjustment to make it stand at all. Whately
Falsehood is fire in stubble; it likewise turns all the light stuff around it into its own substance for a moment, one crackling blazing moment, and then dies; and all its converts are scattered in the wind, without place or evidence of their existence, as viewless as the wind which scatters them. Coleridge