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fallācia ae, f

fallax, deceit, trick, artifice, stratagem, craft, intrigue (only plur. in prose): ex fraude, fallaciis constare: dolis atque fallaciis contendit, S.: sine fuco ac fallaciis.—Sing: fingunt quandam inter se fallaciam, T.: ubi nulla fugam reperit fallacia, V.: Consilium vertit ad fallaciam, has recourse to , Ph.: sumptae vestis, O.: tecti, the labyrinth , O.: fallacia Alia aliam trudit, one lie begets another , T.

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