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Colorable

False; counterfeit; something that is false but has the appearance of truth.

colorable

(Plausible), adjective ad captandum, alleged, apparent, apparently right, ben trovato, conceivable, conjecturable, convincing, credible, feasible, in posse, ostensible, persuasive, presumable, presumptive, reasonable, seeming, seemingly fair, seemingly sound, seemingly valid, sensible, supposable, surmisable, tenable, thinkable, verisimilis, warrantable
Associated concepts: colorable authority, colorable cause, colorable claim, colorable invocation of jurisdiction, collrable title

colorable

(Specious), adjective appearing, artful, crafty, deceitful, deceiving, deceptive, delusive, delusory, false, feigned, fraudulent, sham, trumped up, untrue
See also: ostensible, plausible, specious
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