- spurious + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Moreover, her dating of the subdivision of Xikwembu at the moment of the original Xivuri occupation of ka Mudaka stakes a firm foundational claim for her own lineage by erasing any role the Portuguese, Gaza rulers, or intervening Xivuri chiefs may have played in spuriously elevating it to power.”
“Just because you risk being found spuriously guilty by association, it does not follow that you have a stake in refuting the guilt of those (false) associates, anymore than libertarians need either defend McVeigh or try to claim he was not a libertarian.”
“And this is now the second time on VC that a post has claimed, spuriously, that he thinks the state lawsuits havemerit.”
“The name of Idaho was spuriously ascribed to the Shoshone language, meaning, it was claimed, the sun comes from the mountains.”
“Yet the EPI study attempts to compare them, finding, spuriously, that public sector J.D.'s and M.D.'s are getting the shaft as compared to private-sector ones.”
“When they were going after the salaries and bonuses, I thought the Feds were being spuriously regulative.”
“I think they were using tip counts as an assessment of how attractive the (male) clients were finding them, and inferring spuriously whether this spoke to the existence of women being in ‘heat’ or otherwise.”
“They have a very good reputation for not denying coverage spuriously just to save money. jeff Says:”
“They can write whatever nonsensical, reactionary, undiplomatic and spuriously reasoned critique they want.”
“To condemn the hero in this story for his origins and not judge based on his actions is your own complete misinterpretation as much as spuriously questioning any similar, basic story "why was the HERO so special and no-one else"?!”
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mostly from magoosh
A long list of adverbs, beginning with full-drive. Someone had to list them. This list in continued in the list More Adverbia.
Read some sniping and some informative commentary about a...
Interesting words from JD Salinger's 1955 story.
Looking for tweets for spuriously.