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fallacious (adjective), more fallacious, most fallacious
1. Containing fundamental errors in reasoning: Mr. Jones, the supervisor, presented fallacious reasons for firing Roy, all of which were not valid!
2. Pertaining to something that is deceiving or based on untrue information or ideas: The testimony provided by the witness during the trial obviously consisted of several fallacious statements and so the accused was declared to be innocent of the charges.
Deceptive and illogical.
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Misleading and logically unsound.
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Failing to fulfill expectations because of faulty reasoning.
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This entry is located in the following units: -acious (page 1) fals-, fall- (page 1) -ous, -ious, -eous (page 9)
Word Entries at Get Words: “fallacious
Pertaining to deceiving and illogical concepts based on untrue information or ideas. (3)