from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The quality of being implausible; want of plausibility.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Lack of plausibility; the quality of being implausible.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Want of
plausibility; the quality of being implausible.
- noun That which makes something lacking in plausibility
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- noun the quality of provoking disbelief
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When the time came for her to talk about my manuscript she had the audience laughing over what she called the implausibility of my plot.
To my mind, the only real implausibility is the idea of humans prevailing.
The level of implausibility is not quite as high as two years ago, but it is still implausible.
Especially when it’s been 98% based in implausibility since day 1.
Don't you mean "implausibility" For all the fancy words, you are arguing ignorance.
TP: Don't you mean "implausibility" For all the fancy words, you are arguing ignorance.
But at that moment outside the door of Eloise Hawking (that's Faraday's mother), with all those characters independently rendezvousing simultaneously - Desmond from London, Sun from Seoul, Jack from the depths of his drug addiction, Ben from a Schemers Anonymous meeting - I realized what genre "Lost '' most fully belongs to, the genre it defines: something one might call implausibility porn.
"Fast Five" starts with a train robbery that sets a new standard for implausibility, then tops it by using the vault and the cables dragging it as a giant sling that lays waste to whatever happens to be in its way.
As with all the “point-of-view” camera movies, the audience must be willing to accept a degree of implausibility with regard to the need for the protagonists to film EVERYTHING, but this film still failed to explain it satisfactorily.
Perhaps they are innocent, given the implausibility of a black market in human fat.