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- n. The state of being in error; the quality of being erroneous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. inadvertent incorrectness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being erroneous, wrong, or false; deviation from truth or right: as, the erroneousness of a judgment or proposition.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. inadvertent incorrectness
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Even if this land was acquired according to all the relevant laws of the time, the Jews were wrong – just like the British aristocrats in happy Valley during the British rule there, despite the erroneousness of the analogy.
I was immediately struck by the chutzpah of Sullivan's statement -- both because of its erroneousness and because he had the audacity to make it.
I've questioned its fundamentality and erroneousness...
I've questioned its fundamentality and erroneousness before.
There being nothing that teachers at a yeshiva love more than to argue a Jewish boy out of his erroneousness, he found himself the center of attention.
Despite the obvious erroneousness of the sceptics, they still keep the science in strangulation, if only because they take a lot of time.
It is true that the erroneousness and shallowness of this conception of his faith was dimly perceptible to Alexey
Lieutenant Cook hath fully ascertained the erroneousness of this opinion.
I will only point out the erroneousness of the popular view, that
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It is intended to show in this article the erroneousness of this doctrine; to point out that Religious and Political Institutions have, in the past, been great aids to human advancement; that they are still so; and will be in the future.