Meaning of fallaciously in English:


Pronunciation /fəˈleɪʃəsli/


See fallacious

‘Kupchan utilises some inappropriate historical analogies such as fallaciously comparing the Eastern and Western Roman Empire schism, which was as much about religious power as anything, to the growing friction between the EU and USA.’
  • ‘He may start fallaciously believing that the Federal Reserve is not in fact part of the federal government, but is instead controlled by wealthy Zionists.’
  • ‘At the time one reasons fallaciously, one. typically does so unwittingly (One does not very often commit fallacies deliberately).’