fallaciousness

[ fuh-ley-shuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF fallaciousness
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To discern its fallaciousness, requires not acuteness of understanding, so much as a little common honesty.

Fallaciousness of the view, that happiness is best gained by not being aimed at.

Is it necessary to spend time in exhibiting the folly and fallaciousness of this first principle?

The fallaciousness of this note of patriotism is particularly apparent, when the clamour continues after the evil is past.

I told him there were two kinds of persons, the fallaciousness of whose promises had become proverbial in the world.

The poet, whose name is Deor, has experienced the fallaciousness of early success.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1500, from fallacy (Latin fallacia) + -ous. Related: Fallaciously; fallaciousness.

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