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- n. an argument that appears good at first view but is really fallacious
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But ever in opposition to specious argument arose thoughts of Winona and Judah and the terrible work done at the sacking of Oswatamie.
The faith and devotion of the emperor has furnished Batonics with a specious argument in favor of his early baptism.