You searched for: “implausible
implausible (adjective); more implausible, most implausible
1. A reference to a quality that provokes disbelief: Henry gave the teacher an implausible excuse for being tardy.
2. Relating to something that is highly imaginative and unlikely: The weather forecaster had an implausible explanation as to why the thunder storm suddenly took place during the sunny day.
3. Characteristic of a lack of any truth or credibility: Rob’s parents had a hard time trying to believe his implausible reason for going to bed so late, because he has given them such unbelievable and false explanations before!
Descriptive of not having the appearance truth or credibility.
© ALL rights are reserved.

Go to this Word A Day Revisited Index
so you can see more of Mickey Bach's cartoons.

This entry is located in the following unit: plaud-, plaus-, plod-, plos- (page 2)