Irreptitious Ir`rep*ti"tious, a. [L. irrepere, irreptum, to creep in; pref. ir- in + repere to creep.] Surreptitious; spurious. [Obs.] --Dr. Castell (1673). [1913 Webster]

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  • irreptitious — |iˌrep|tishəs adjective Etymology: Latin irreptus + English itious : marked by or resulting from irreption an irreptitious error in transliterating irreptitious words in a text …   Useful english dictionary

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