Corry argues that this is merely a political opinion, backed by questionable and spurious data.
I insisted that in case of any spurious claims against me, Irwin Entertainment would seek to protect me.
She was aware how often spurious communications followed the death of a public figure.
No one built on it or proposed doing so before 1948, a spurious article to this effect notwithstanding.
But what really stuck in my craw was that Pope mindlessly repeated a spate of spurious claims about ethanol and Brazil.
It is needless here to discuss the professed but spurious reasons why Italy declared war upon Turkey in 1911.
What is spurious but the absurd and the hollow which brings no fruit.'
Inspector Kimball discovered the mails were employed extensively by the agents in disposing of their spurious drugs.
Lines found in the Travellers' Book at Chamouni (spurious), iii.
It has appended at the end the genuine letter of Clement of Rome to the Corinthians, and a fragment of a second spurious letter.
1590s, "born out of wedlock," from Latin spurius "illegitimate, false" (cf. Italian spurio, Spanish espurio), from spurius (n.) "illegitimate child," probably from Etruscan spural "public." Sense of "having an irregular origin, not properly constituted" is from c.1600; that of "false, sham" is from 1610s.
spurious spu·ri·ous (spyur'ē-əs)
Similar in appearance or symptoms but unrelated in morphology or pathology; false.