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specious
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Thus, the greater number of a man’s errors come before him disguised under the specious form of necessity; then, after error has been committed in a moment of excitement, of delirium, or of fear, we see that we might have avoided and escaped it.

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  • It’s just another specious-sounding miracle diet.
  • a specious claim

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