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1. Concocting any half-truth that suited some harebrained plan dreamed up by the spooks in Century House.
2. A lie that is half-truth is the darkest of all lies. Alfred Tennyson
3. What he told me was only half-truth.
4. A half-truth is a whole lie.
5. With television today, truth ever catches up with half-truth.
6. But FOR all its half-truth, it embodies a radical error which bids fair to stifle the genius of the modern world.
7. Now there is a half-truth in the "backed-up" demand fallacy, just as there was in the broken-window fallacy.
8. Half-truth and hearsay was called truth.
9. An epigram is a half-truth so stated as to irritate the person who believes the other half.
10. A fiction or half-truth, especially one that forms part of an ideology.
11. The half-truth is "unprovoked".
12. His own books and memoirs are a farrago of half-truth and out-right invention.
13. The inescapable presence of doubt is a constant reminder of our responsibility to truth in a twilight world of truth and half-truth.
14. As was the case a century ago, each side of this argument is articulating an important half-truth.
15. As more than half the population do not pay income tax this is at best only a half-truth.
16. Similar to gossip, but usually more based on some factual element or half-truth. Rumor mongering ; Spreading a rumor with malicious intent.
17. Adding insult to injury(sentencedict.com/half-truth.html), the local media is conducting a series of reports characterized by half-truth and distortion.
18. Politicians will only raise more money to buy more half-truth ads to fool the least knowledgeable of voters.
19. Rumors Similar to gossip, but usually more based on some existent element or half-truth.
20. Similar to go ip, but usually more based on some factual element or half-truth.
21. It's good advice to enjoy the present. But this is only a half-truth.
22. Shady If for any reason you suspect that your date has something to hide, or has been caught telling you a half-truth or a lie, it's time to move on.
23. Similar to gossip, but usually more based on some factual element or half-truth.
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