English edit

Etymology edit

From Middle English falsedom, falsdom, equivalent to false +‎ -dom.

Noun edit

falsedom (uncountable)

  1. The sphere or realm of falseness.
    • 2000, Peter Barry, Contemporary British Poetry and the City, page 75:
      Yet once more we enter the falsedom in scarlet and gold,
      attracted by automatic defrost function
      and full range of hostess trolleys available.
  2. (rare or archaic) Falsehood, deceit.