Untrue vs Fiddlefart - What's the difference?

untrue | fiddlefart |


As an adjective untrue

is .

As an interjection fiddlefart is

used to express aggravation, anger or frustration.

As a noun fiddlefart is

used as a singlular reply to someone else's statement indicating that you think their statement was nonsense.

As a verb fiddlefart is

to linger aimlessly; to look busy while accomplishing nothing.

untrue

English

Alternative forms

* (obsolete)

Adjective

(en adjective)
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  • Derived terms

    *

    Synonyms

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    Antonyms

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    fiddlefart

    English

    Interjection

    (en interjection)
  • Used to express aggravation, anger or frustration.
  • Oh, fiddlefart !

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Used as a singlular reply to someone else's statement indicating that you think their statement was nonsense
  • He said the Jabberwok was real. Fiddlefart !
  • false or untrue
  • ''Her response to the news was, "Fiddlefart . I don't believe it!".

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To linger aimlessly; to look busy while accomplishing nothing.
  • Stop fiddlefarting around and come to supper!

    Synonyms

    * goof off * slack * nonsense