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spurious
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
false; or not genuine — often seeming plausible, or intentionally deceptive
  • The rural children who could, usually brought clippings from what they called The Grit Paper, a publication spurious in the eyes of Miss Gates, our teacher.
    p. 327.3
spurious = full of things that are not true
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