implausible

[adj] - having a quality that provokes disbelief
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Implausible

Im·plau'si·ble adjective [ Prefix im- not + plausible : confer French implausible .] Not plausible; not wearing the appearance of truth or credibility, and not likely to be believed. ' Implausible harangues.' Swift. -- Im*plau'si*ble*ness ,
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implausible

adjective having a quality that provokes disbelief; `gave the teacher an implausible excuse`
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Implausible

• (a.) Not plausible; not wearing the appearance of truth or credibility, and not likely to be believed.
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implausible

implausible 1. Having a quality that provokes disbelief: 'He gave the teacher an implausible excuse for being tardy.' 2. Highly imaginative but unlikely: 'The scientist had an implausible explanation for the natural incident.' 3. Lacking any appearance of truth or credibility.
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