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Axiom
self-evident rule or truth
definitive
conclusive
define
precept
a rule to live by
veracity
truthfulness
Veratos - Latin: truth
Verisimilitude
the appearance of truth; similarity to reality
Veri- truth
postulate
true without proof v. to present an idea as truth
putative
commonly accepted
premise
an assumption use as the basis for a conclusion
mendacity
deceit
mendacious
lying, dishonest
apocryphal
of doubtful authenticity; fictitious
Spurious
false beyond a doubt
delude
to decieve, to trick
delusion
a fantasy; a misconception
Belie
to give false impression
duplicity
the act of being two-faced or double-dealing, a deception
contrived
artificial; labored, forced
artifice
a clever trick; cunning, guile
artificial