pseud

[sood] Informal.

Origin:
1960–65; by shortening of pseudointellectual or parallel compounds with pseudo-

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pseud-

variant of pseudo- before a vowel: pseudepigraphy.

pseud.

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pseud (sjuːd)
 
n
1.  informal a false, artificial, or pretentious person
 
adj
2.  another word for pseudo

pseud.
 
abbreviation for
pseudonym

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What physicists and pseud physicists do not understand is the difference between empirical consistency and logical consistency.
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