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fallacious

fuh lay shuhs

  • s  containing or based on a fallacy
    fallacious reasoning
  • s  intended to deceive
    fallacious testimony
  • s  based on an incorrect or misleading notion or information
    fallacious hope

  • Darlene challenged the fallacious claim made by a newspaper that she had abetted the commission of the crime.
  • Some wise people are arguing that it is fallacious to assume that corruption was disappear merely after the enactment of a bill.
  • But it is totally fallacious to reason that Exeter must teach a boy a mass of archeology or science merely because he comes from a coal-mining town.
News & Articles

  • Mixed signals
    I believe that every Republican should be forced to read Jennifer Floyd Engel’s article (See: “Standing with Wendy and staying Republican”). It is well-reasoned and points out fallacious political ideology.
    July 20, 2013 - Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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