from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. False or counterfeit; fake.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An intellectually pretentious person; a pseudointellectual.
- n. A poseur; one who is fake.
- n. pseudo-city code
- n. A pseudonym; a false name used for online anonymity.
- adj. Being other than what is apparent, a sham.
- adj. Insincere.
- adj. Spurious.
He would interpret the term pseudo to us as meaning something false, something unreal or untrue.
That is why the term pseudo-leftist is so important.
The cultural "Left" what I call the pseudo left is more dominant, they promote a politics of inclusion, participation and flattery.
The reason for this is because the interpretation of the ‘uncanny valley’ notion is heavily based upon human interpretation and is described as being very subjective hence the term pseudo-science.
The cultural 'Left' what I call the pseudo left is more dominant, they promote a politics of inclusion, participation and flattery.
A.K. Geim of the University of Manchester, England predicted what they termed a pseudo quantum Hall effect in strained graphene.
In the past three years, a number of parents' groups have organized against the program, protesting what they call the pseudo psychology at its core.
They said they got the idea late last year, when they were talking about what they referred to as pseudo sciences such as astrology and UFO observations.
Osborne doesn't like the research, which he calls pseudo-scientific and "peer-reviewed."
They're not told sequentially, and transitions are in pseudo-comic-book format - so there's back-and-forth time things, like Earlier and Later.
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