[soo-duh-pig-ruh-fuh] /ˌsu dəˈpɪg rə fə/
noun, (used with a plural verb)
certain writings (other than the canonical books and the Apocrypha) professing to be Biblical in character.
various Jewish writings from the first century bc to the first century ad that claim to have been divinely revealed but which have been excluded from the Greek canon of the Old Testament Also called (in the Roman Catholic Church) Apocrypha
[soo-duh-pig-ruh-fee] /ˌsu dəˈpɪg rə fi/ noun 1. the false ascription of a piece of writing to an author.
[soo-duh s-thee-zhuh, -zhee-uh, -zee-uh] /ˌsu dəsˈθi ʒə, -ʒi ə, -zi ə/ noun 1. phantom limb pain. pseudesthesia pseud·es·the·sia (sōō’dĭs-thē’zhə) or pseu·do·es·the·sia (sōō’dō-ĭs-) n. A subjective sensation not arising from an external stimulus. See phantom limb.
[soo-dahy-suh-dom-ik] /ˌsu daɪ səˈdɒm ɪk/ adjective, Architecture. 1. (of ashlar) composed of stones having the same length, laid in courses of different heights.
adjective 1. not actually but having the appearance of; pretended; false or spurious; sham. 2. almost, approaching, or trying to be. 1. a combining form meaning “false,” “pretended,” “unreal,” used in the formation of compound words (pseudoclassic; pseudointellectual): in scientific use, denoting close or deceptive resemblance to the following element (pseudobulb; pseudocarp), and used sometimes […]
adjective 1. of or relating to a college, academy, school, or other educational institution, especially one for higher education: academic requirements. 2. pertaining to areas of study that are not primarily vocational or applied, as the humanities or pure mathematics. 3. theoretical or hypothetical; not practical, realistic, or directly useful: an academic question; an academic […]