specious[ spee-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF specious
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Really, your ladyship talks of servants as if they were not born of the Christian specious.
Accounts for his plausible behaviour, and specious promises and proposals.
Under a specious, smiling countenance you all conceal a heart of gall.
But Psychology has also some other supports, specious rather than real.
By that most glib and specious explanation Cynthia was convinced.
Moreover, the merchant by specious reasoning often justifies his own conduct.
Invitations and specious promises now came to him from all sides.
That was a specious plea which even had in it a certain element of truth.
She had a specious air of knowing where she was going, but she didn't.
Wretchwretch that I was to be dazzled by the specious promises, O Faust!
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