Spurious and Supposititious

Spurious

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Spurious adjective – Born to a father and mother who are not married.
Usage example: the spurious son of Charles II, the Duke of Monmouth would later mount a rebellion in a disastrous attempt to claim the throne

Supposititious is a synonym for spurious in true topic. In some cases you can use "Supposititious" instead an adjective "Spurious", when it comes to topics like bastardy.
Nearby Word: spuriously
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Supposititious

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Supposititious adjective – Born to a father and mother who are not married.
Usage example: entered the world as the supposititious son of a housemaid

Spurious is a synonym for supposititious in counterfeit topic. You can use "Spurious" instead an adjective "Supposititious", if it concerns topics such as true, bastardy.
Nearby Words: supposition, suppositional
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