Definition of fallacious
1. Characterized by fallacy; false or mistaken.
2. Deceptive or misleading.
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Her line of reasoning is attractive, but ultimately fallacious.
Small wonder the ancient Romans dubbed the tilted moon "fallacious" (Luna fallax).
Once again, the report offers a fallacious solution to the technical and human problems associated with migration waves.
The second point is the fallacious allegation presented that the discharge amounts to sacking the Commission - a vote of censure.
This interpretation has proved to be fallacious and shortsighted.
I believe that they are wrong, and that the past has shown this to be a fallacious viewpoint.
Last August, the chairman of the main opposition party, Yawovi Agboyibo, was sentenced to six months in prison on fallacious grounds.
Before this, however, I consider it necessary to review the financial regulation sector that has proved not only fallacious but one of the main causes of the crisis.
Accountability has to be appropriately set or the approach will be fallacious.
Another fallacious assumption of the Report is that the Greek Cypriots are turning away from a solution based on a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation.