fallaciousness fallaciousness

Definition(s):

  • (n) result of a fallacy or error in reasoning

Usage(s):

  1. I missed it when it came out, but I've been looking through it and it provides a nice, simple demonstration of the fallaciousness of Ari Fleischer's argument about the tax burden.
  2. A bitter opponent of the Newspaper Guild today, Lawyer Neylan likes to relate the Call strike episode as somehow illustrating the fallaciousness of a newspaper labor movement.

Quotes

  • "The Caribbean is looking to us. The Caribbean islands are not gloating and are not interested in the fallaciousness of Trafigura and what happened," Hylton told Friday's meeting of the Senate. "They are looking at the larger issue, which is...
    on Oct 15, 2006 By: Anthony Hylton Source: Jamaica Observer

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