SAT Word of the Day


(adj.) plausible but false or deceptively pleasing

(pronounced "SPEE-shuhs")



Example Sentence:

  • The merits of the diet are specious; while we want to believe we can eat unlimited protein, there are many health risks associated with the high-cholesterol plan.

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