supposititious

[ suh-poz-i-tish-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF supposititious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPPOSITITIOUS

He might put the supposititious case of a friend, and ask what the friend ought to do.

Argument is at an end when supposititious miracle is introduced.

What if the Zohar should prove not to be genuine, but only a supposititious work?

Chambers's Encyclopdia rejects the work also as supposititious.

The first gun was that popular device, a supposititious question.

She is more than welcome to retort upon him with her supposititious husband.

"That's exactly what makes it a supposititious case," said Meldon.

He even soared into the realm of supposititious truth, like Plato.

That supposititious case is a precise parallel to what has happened in Russia.

And that can best be illustrated by a supposititious example.

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