OTHER WORDS FROM pseudosciencepseu·do·sci·en·tif·ic [soo-doh-sahy-uhn-tif-ik], /ˌsu doʊˌsaɪ ənˈtɪf ɪk/, adjectivepseu·do·sci·en·tif·i·cal·ly, adverbpseu·do·sci·en·tist, noun
How to use pseudoscience in a sentence
But when medical doctors “prescribe” pseudoscientific remedies, it becomes dangerous.Warning: “Natural Medicine” Is Often Code for “Pseudoscience”|Russell Saunders|April 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At times, the Whole Foods selection slips from the pseudoscientific into the quasi-religious.
Franks was not relying on pseudoscientific nuttery about the lady-parts shutting down pregnancy in the case of rape.Rep. Trent Franks: Just Another Idiot When It Comes to Abortion|Michelle Cottle|June 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The pseudoscientific synonym pheno-methylene-formate carries the idea that Pyo-Atoxin is a definite chemical substance.
Today, despite its reforms, it is supported by an ingenious system of pseudoscientific charlatanry.The Great American Fraud|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Crowd-propaganda is often full of pseudoscientific jargon of this sort.The Behavior of Crowds|Everett Dean Martin
An increasing number of esoteric, exotic, scientific, or pseudoscientific sects today bear witness to the same.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
I replied that these pseudoscientific “facts” had long been commonplaces.Shakespeare, Bacon and the Great Unknown|Andrew Lang
British Dictionary definitions for pseudoscience
Derived forms of pseudosciencepseudoscientific, adjective
Cultural definitions for pseudoscience
A system of theories or assertions about the natural world that claim or appear to be scientific but that, in fact, are not. For example, astronomy is a science, but astrology is generally viewed as a pseudoscience.