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fallācĭa , ae (abl. also fallacie, App. M. 5, p. 171), f. fallax,
I.deceit, trick, artifice, stratagem, craft, intrigue (class.; in Cic. only plur.; syn.: fraus, dolus, astus, astutia, calliditas).
I. Prop.
II. Of things: “haec ipsa res habet aliquam fallaciam,deception, Col. 11, 2, 68: “peccati,Vulg. Hebr. 3, 13; cf. id. Matt. 13, 22.
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