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erroneous

adj. 1) in error, wrong. 2) not according to established law, particularly in a legal decision or court ruling.

erroneous

adjective aberrant, amiss, blundering, containing error, counterfeit, devoid of truth, erring, false, falsus, faulty, fictitious, groundless, illogical, incorrect, inexact, mistaken, spurious, unfounded, ungrounded, unreal, unsound, unsubstantial, untrue, wrong
Associated concepts: erroneous assessment, erroneous deeision, erroneous judgment, erroneous law, erroneous order, erroneous tax
See also: baseless, culpable, errant, fallacious, false, faulty, fictitious, ill-founded, improper, inaccurate, incorrect, inexact, peccant, sophistic, specious, unfounded, unsound, unsustainable, untenable, untrue
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Sporting her trademark bouffant hair style and a green terno gown, Marcos appeared at first confused when reporters approached for her comment about Mercado Revilla's tweet erroneously announcing her death.
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The district court affirmed, finding that the defendant was not entitled to credit for time spent erroneously at liberty when there was a delay in executing her sentence, and that an eight-year delay in the enforcement of her sentence did not violate due process.
During the recent presidential campaign, liberals erroneously claimed that research using destroyed human embryos was needed to cure a variety of diseases because research had shown that adult stem cells (obtained from umbilical cord blood and human tat, among other sources) did not readily change into other types of cells--such as bone cells and nerve cells.
Without this testing, this patient's vestibular function might have been considered to be normal, and her symptoms might have been erroneously attributed to psychological factors.