The reputed date of 1600, which the supposititious justice of the peace had given it in the Theatrical Review, was now suppressed.
Chambers's Encyclopdia rejects the work also as supposititious.
He examined Mademoiselle Chichette and the supposititious outraged husband, who acted as if he wished to crawl under the table.
The first gun was that popular device, a supposititious question.
These words give the sum and substance of the supposititious disclosures which excited such intense joy in the clerical camp.
"That's exactly what makes it a supposititious case," said Meldon.
Now--it's a supposititious case, you know--here are two fellows, A and B, each trying for the same--er--prize.
He even soared into the realm of supposititious truth, like Plato.
He affects to doubt whether the plot which then made so much noise was real or supposititious.
What other signification could be placed upon this supposititious drama which they were to evolve together?