from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Deception; deceit; trickery.


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  • Aristotle in precept, but more excellently by Plato in example; not only in the persons of the sophists, but even in Socrates himself, who, professing to affirm nothing, but to infirm that which was affirmed by another, hath exactly expressed all the forms of objection, fallace, and redargution.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Plures videre potes, quae. is de nota XUI. var enim sunt urbes ab his literis incipientes. loris indice disserit, calcolo admodum, TAVROMENIVM. ut videtur, fallace.

    Doctrina nvmorvm vetervm conscripta a Josepho Eckhel ..


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