plausible

[adj] - apparently reasonable and valid
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Plausible

• (a.) Obtaining approbation; specifically pleasing; apparently right; specious; as, a plausible pretext; plausible manners; a plausible delusion. • (a.) Using specious arguments or discourse; as, a plausible speaker. • (a.) Worthy of being applauded; praiseworthy; commendable; ready.
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plausible

adjective given to or characterized by presenting specious arguments; `a plausible liar`
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Plausible

Plau'siĀ·ble adjective [ Latin plausibilis praiseworthy, from plaudere , plausum , to applaud, clap the hands, strike, beat.] 1. Worthy of being applauded; praiseworthy; commendable; ready. [ Obsolete] Bp. Hacket. 2. Obtaining approbation; specifically plea...
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plausible

apparently reasonable and valid, and truthful
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plausible

plausible 1. Having an appearance of truth or reason; seemingly worthy of approval or acceptance; credible; believable: 'He made a plausible excuse for being late to the meeting.' 2. Believable and appearing likely to be true, usually in the absence of proof. 3. Having a persuasive manner in speech or writing, often combined with an intention to d...
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