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specious
used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

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Definition
seemingly good, but without merit

or:

insincere, but seemingly good
  • This was the question he had always had to answer speciously before.
    Part 3 (44% in)
speciously = falsely (seemingly good, but without merit)
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