Pseudodox Pseu"do*dox, a. [Gr. pseydo`doxos; pseydh`s false + do`xa an opinion.] Not true in opinion or doctrine; false. -- n. A false opinion or doctrine. ``To maintain the atheistical pseudodox which judgeth evil good, and darkness light.'' --T. Adams. [1913 Webster]

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  • pseudodox — pseu·do·dox …   English syllables

  • pseudodox —   a.,n. false (doctrine or opinion) …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • pseudodox — I. äks noun ( es) Etymology: Greek pseudodoxos holding a false opinion, from pseudodoxein to hold a false opinion, from pseud + doxa opinion more at doxology : a false opinion or doctrine II. adjective : false especially in opinion or doctrine …   Useful english dictionary

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