Fallacious and Two-faced


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Fallacious adjective – Tending or having power to deceive.
Usage example: consumers who harbor the fallacious belief that credit-card spending will never catch up with them

Two-faced and fallacious are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Two-faced" instead an adjective "Fallacious".
Nearby Words: fallacy, fallaciousness, fallaciously
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Two-faced adjective – Not being or expressing what one appears to be or express.
Fallacious and two-faced are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Fallacious" instead an adjective phrase "Two-faced".
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