fraudulently substituted or pretended; spurious; not genuine.
- sup·pos·i·ti·tious·ly, adverb
- sup·pos·i·ti·tious·ness, noun
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How to use supposititious in a sentence
The next day Travers printed a supposititious interview with Harvey's English valet on how it felt to be a valet of a great man.Tramping on Life | Harry Kemp
The modern epic is, of the supposititious ancient model, but an inconsiderate and blindfold imitation.The Works of Edgar Allan Poe | Edgar Allan Poe
This, be it remembered, is figuring the American normal tax at the supposititious rate of 12 percent.
What other signification could be placed upon this supposititious drama which they were to evolve together?Romance of Roman Villas | Elizabeth W. (Elizbeth Williams) Champney
The mind staggers under the supposititious case of the nations of the earth deprived of French bon-bons.
British Dictionary definitions for supposititious
substituted with intent to mislead or deceive
- supposititiously, adverb
- supposititiousness, noun
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