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Expand your vocabulary! You’ve been Sentenced! Word of the Week: FALLACIOUS

October 12, 2012

According to the folks at Merriam Webster:

Definition of FALLACIOUS

1: embodying a fallacy <a fallacious conclusion>
2: tending to deceive or mislead : delusive
— fal·la·cious·ly adverb
— fal·la·cious·ness noun
Example of FALLACIOUS
  1. <it’s fallacious to say that something must exist because science hasn’t proven its nonexistence>
  2. <consumers who harbor the fallacious belief that credit-card spending will never catch up with them>
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