unfallacious

fallacious

[fuh-ley-shuhs]
adjective
1.
containing a fallacy; logically unsound: fallacious arguments.
2.
deceptive; misleading: fallacious testimony.
3.
disappointing; delusive: a fallacious peace.

Origin:
1500–10; < Latin fallāciōsus deceitful, deceptive. See fallacy, -ous

fallaciously, adverb
fallaciousness, noun
nonfallacious, adjective
nonfallaciously, adverb
nonfallaciousness, noun
unfallacious, adjective
unfallaciously, adverb
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fallacious (fəˈleɪʃəs)
 
adj
1.  containing or involving a fallacy; illogical; erroneous
2.  tending to mislead
3.  delusive or disappointing: a fallacious hope
 
fal'laciously
 
adv
 
fal'laciousness
 
n

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fallacious
c.1500, from L. fallacia (see fallacy) + -ous.
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