Quasi non sit veritate.

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quasi means "as if", non means "not", sit is the third person singular present subjunctive of esse ("to be") and thus can mean "it were", veritate is the ablative singular of veritas ("truth") and thus can mean "in truth, really", so the total phrase means more or less "as if it really weren't".

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