fallacious[ fuh-ley-shuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF fallacious
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Still, through this fallacious medium, a real enlargement of ideas is attained.
Only what must be avoided are fallacious inferences, my dear Lena—especially at this hour.
Political reconciliations are but outward and hollow, and fallacious.
There has never been a religion too gross, too fallacious, to fail of followers.
No compromise for him, no evasions, no fallacious, unsecured promises to pay.
The consolations of philosophy are very amusing, but often fallacious.
Before two days, however, had passed these hopes were found to be fallacious.
Perhaps so; but you will think it very frail and fallacious.
Of all deductions, those drawn from etymological comparisons are, perhaps, the most fallacious.
But the reasoning from such to the great mass of mankind, is most fallacious.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR FALLACIOUS
- apparently right
- out of line