Definition of Spuriously

1. Adverb. In a false and spurious manner. "The lawyer argued spuriously that his client knew nothing of the burglary"

Partainyms: Spurious



Definition of Spuriously

1. Adverb. In a spurious manner. ¹

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Definition of Spuriously

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spuriously

spurion
spurionic
spurions
spuriosities
spuriosity
spurious
spurious ankylosis
spurious cast
spurious correlation
spurious infection
spurious infections
spurious meningocele
spurious pregnancy
spurious torticollis
spurious wing
spuriously (current term)
spuriousness
spuriousnesses
spurless
spurlge
spurlged
spurlges
spurlging
spurlike
spurling
spurlings
spurn
spurne
spurned
spurner

Literary usage of Spuriously

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1. The Law of Trade-marks, Trade-name, and Merchandise Marks: With Chapters on by Duncan Mackenzie Kerly (1894)
"J ° Lien for costs destroyed if the goods turn out to be spuriously marked (o); and although, in some earlier cases (7;), the plaintiff was adjudged to have ..."

2. Importers First Aid in American Tariff and Customs Procedure by George Koehler (1919)
"spuriously Stamped Articles of Gold or Silver SEC. 15. The importation of spuriously stamped articles of gold or silver is prohibited under the Act of June ..."

3. Forest flora of British Burma by Sulpice Kurz (1877)
"... branches and spuriously articulate branchlets, all parts glabrous; leaves scale-like, ovate, subulate or acuminate, keeled, spuriously imbricate and ..."

4. Prodromus Florae Peninsulae Indiae Orientalis: Containing Abridged by Robert Wight, George Arnott Walker Arnott (1834)
"Fruit a pomum, 1^5-celled, or spuriously 10-celled: endocarp cartilaginous, spongy, or bony. Seeds solitary. Albumen none. Radicle short, next the hilum ..."

5. Class Book of Botany: Being an Introduction to the Study of the Vegetable by John Hutton Balfour (1852)
"A unilocular ovary may thus become spuriously bilocular. Fig. 710. Pistil of Milk-vetch (Astragalus), the ovary of which becomes spuriously two-celled ..."

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