Our Lord warned his disciples that they would arise (Matt. 24:24). It is said that no fewer than twenty-four persons have at different times appeared (the last in 1682) pretending to be the Messiah of the prophets.
- False cirrus
noun 1. a type of thick cirrus cloud spreading from the top of a cumulonimbus cloud
noun 1. photography using infrared-sensitive film that produces images in which heat-emitting areas or objects appear red. plural noun 1. the flag of a country other than one’s own, especially when used deceptively: sailing under false colors. 2. false or deceptive actions or statements; misrepresentation. Pretense, misrepresentation, or hypocrisy; deceptive statements or actions. For example, […]
- False colour
noun 1. colour used in a computer or photographic display to help in interpreting the image, as in the use of red to show high temperatures and blue to show low temperatures in an infrared image converter
- False colours
plural noun 1. a flag to which one is not entitled, flown esp in order to deceive: the ship was sailing under false colours 2. an assumed or misleading name or guise: to trade under false colours