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blunder [ imenica ]
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An embarrassing mistake; SYN. blooper, bungle, foul-up, flub, botch, boner, boo-boo, misdoing.

delusion [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin delusio, from deludere. Related to Delude.
In psychiatry, a false belief that is unshakeably held. Delusions are a prominent feature of schizophrenia and paranoia, but may also occur in other psychiatric states.
A mistaken opinion or idea.
An erroneous belief that is held in the face of evidence to the contrary; SYN. psychotic belief.

error [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Fren. error, errur, French erreur, Latin error, from errare to err. Related to Err.
Any action that is incorrect, usually by inadvertence or carelessness.
Part of a statement that is not correct; SYN. mistake.
Departure from what is ethically acceptable; SYN. wrongdoing.
A misconception resulting from incorrect information; SYN. erroneous belief.
(Baseball) A failure of a defensive player to make an out when normal play would have sufficed; SYN. misplay.
In computing, a fault or mistake, either in the software or on the part of the user, that causes a program to stop running (crash) or produce unexpected results. Program errors, or bugs, are largely eliminated in the course of the programmer’s initial testing procedure, but some will remain in most programs. All computer operating systems are designed to produce an error message (on the display screen, or in an error file or printout) whenever an error is detected, reporting that an error has taken place and, wherever possible, diagnosing its cause.

fallacy [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. fallace, fallas, deception, French fallace, from Latin fallacia, from fallax deceitful, deceptive, from fallere to deceive. Related to Fail.
In philosophy, a type of mistake in reasoning or inference (deduction or conclusion drawn from what has been implied). In Aristotelian logic (syllogism) and in modern formal logic, there are rules for detecting and preventing fallacies, and ensuring that an inference is valid.
Fallacies in everyday reasoning can be less easy to detect. Begging the question is a fallacy that occurs when one of the premises of an argument could not be known to be true unless the conclusion were first assumed to be true. Other fallacies include fallacies of ambiguity; of arguing against a person, rather than against what the person says; and of arguing that something is true simply because there is no evidence against it.In literary criticism, either of two approaches held to be errors by certain critics. The New Criticism movement in the US held that a literary text could be criticized legitimately only in terms of its internal structures. Two followers of this tradition, W K Wimsatt and Monroe C Beardsley, argued 19that it was mistaken to interpret literature in terms of its emotional effects (affective fallacy) or in terms of the intentions of the author (intentional fallacy).
A misconception resulting from incorrect reasoning; SYN. false belief.

misapprehension [ imenica ]
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mistake [ imenica ]
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A wrong action attributable to bad judgment or ignorance or inattention; SYN. error, fault.
An understanding of something that is not correct; SYN. misunderstanding, misapprehension.

wrong [ imenica ]
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ETYM as. wrang. Related to Wrong.
A legal injury is any damage resulting from a violation of a legal right; SYN. legal injury, damage.
That which is contrary to the principles of justice or law; SYN. wrongfulness.
An unjust action.



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