pseudo

Assuming a false shape.
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pseudo

adjective (often used in combination) not genuine but having the appearance of; `a pseudo esthete`; `pseudoclassic`
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pseudo

false; apparently but not genuine; e.g. pseudo-bulb = a thickened, bulb-like internode in orchids, or a corm.
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Pseudo

Pronounced 'sudo', this is a prefix which can be put before many different words to represent a fake or false quality which often attempts to imitate or behave as the real thing. From Greek pseudos, meaning falsehood
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pseudo

[adj] - (often used in combination) not genuine but having the appearance of
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