a. Doubtful; of questionable origin, authorship, or authenticity.
b. False; fictitious or erroneous.
a. Authentic; genuine; not counterfeit or copied.
b. Don in good faith without any attempt to deceive; sincere.
Honesty, frankness, or sincerity of expression; openness.
a. Hypocritically moralistic language.
b. Monotonous speech filled with platitudes.
c. The special vocabulary of a sect, group, or profession; jargon.
A person who falsely claims to have special knowledge or ability; a quack or fraud.
A deception by trickery; a trick.
To pretend or represent falsely.
a. Working or spreading harmfully in a subtle or stealthy way.
b. Beguiling or alluring but secretly harmful; treacherous.
Moral uprightness; righteousness.
Real or genuine; actual.