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Another word for specious

Adjective
  1. Containing fundamental errors in reasoning

  2. See also:

    true

    correct

Synonym Study

  • Credible is used of that which is believable because it is supported by evidence, sound logic, etc. a credible account
  • Plausible applies to that which at first glance appears to be true, reasonable, valid, etc. but which may or may not be so, although there is no connotation of deliberate deception a plausible argument
  • Specious applies to that which is superficially reasonable, valid, etc. but is actually not so, and it connotes intention to deceive a specious excuse