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Poetic Definitions: fallacious
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Fundamentally bad, dud or unacceptable.
specious
spurious
wrongful
doubtful
No, never fair, righteous or reasonable.
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— Clarissa Howard
Yoda
Fallacious: Master, am I changing?

Erroneous, before time you were!
Ingenious, you have not been!
Methodical, you are not!
Deceitful, you will always be!

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— Nola Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term fallacious
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for specious

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Irwin Foster
Waka
Just like the nasties,
they're mistakenly untrue.
Not scarcely righteous!
To mislead by want of truth.
a type of verse for singing.

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— Bianca Cooper
Verse (modern)
Fallacious

If writers struggle for a rhyme with fallacious, they might want to consider using salacious.
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— Winnie Marshal
Unitoum
Fallacious

Treacherously
veritable
fraudulently
equitable

veritable
sham
equitable
braid

sham
dodge
braid
cheat

dodge
fraudulently
cheat
treacherously.
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— Gavin Ros
Tanaka
Devoid of content
to lead up the garden path
do things without plans
A swindler or deceiver.
Not genuine or real.

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— Clarice Innocent
Rondelet
Fallacious

Be conceited,
traffic conditioning function.
Be conceited,
not legally constituted.
Composition of transmission,
devoid of any foundation.
Be conceited.

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— Jenifer Leopold
Quinzaine
Fallacious

Fakes are many phonies.
Can you believe it?
Are they wrong?

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— Erwin Leith
Pi (π)
Can I fake a metre, furnished so crowds might see
Fully cheerful abstracts, however nurturing, and oh yet bestowed free?
Crafty or tricky seem all too apparent. But is haughty?
Deceptive, false? - or delusive, guileful? Darn! I deserted naughty!
I reckon dishonest and certainly insincere, but broadly ought I
- blurt concepts so - allusions written with computers spry?
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— Aurora Red
Octosyllable
Really baffling and baseless.
But also trifling and senseless.
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— Winifred Silver
Nonet
reconstructed image component
give way to unbridled license
a type of verse for singing
being mock or pseudo
imaginary
simulated
incorrect
nasty
foul
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— Mózes Justice
Mirror Cinquain
fallacious
erroneous, wrong
cheating, betraying, deceiving
being fake, insincere, bogus, counterfeit or phony
sham
imitation
a fraud, humbug, swindle, deception or deceit
simulating, pretending, fabricating
counterfeit, false
fake
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— Ervin Vaughan
Limerick
There was a gal from Negro Prong,
And she wanted a word for wrong.
      Such as the suspect?
      No, it's incorrect!
So smart that gal from Negro Prong.
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— Myra Valentine
Kural
Tatterdemalion, sham, fraud, deceiver
Cheating's delusive bads

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— Blanca Harding
Haiku (terse)
Imaginary
unsubstantiality
disingenuous

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— Candace Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Adulterating
nonrepresentational
impersonation

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— Ira Benson
Haiku (modern)
Wrong, fake, mock and bad,
untrue, faulty, and tricky,
inappropriate!

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— Candice Tate
Gnomic
Being abnormal, irregular or anomalous.
Being laughable, ludicrous or ridiculous.

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— Cameron Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
false
specious
deceptive
inappropriate

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— Carlton Harvey
Diamante
Fallacious
fictive, hollow
mimicing, affecting, assuming
sham, fraud ..... minute, wisp
delineating, assigning, composing
little, tiny
precise
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— Faye Sinclair
Cinquain - Phrasal
fallacious
double dealing
with evil intention
producing error or mistake
wrong

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— Gwendolyn Ramsey
Cinquain - Expressional
fallacious
and erroneous
measurements or incorrect
information on common conspiracy.
untrue!

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— Geneva Whitaker
Butterfly Cinquain
unsound
mentally ill
not sound financially
mobile telephone subscriber
shaky
in deplorable condition
with evil intention
not orthodox
faulty
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— Everett Lucas
Acrostic - Prefix
 False
apocryphal
loose
left-handed
ambidextrous
counterfeit
incorrect
outlandish
untrue
specious
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— Jennifer Hamilton
Acrostic - Diagonal
Fraudulent
Tatterdemalion
Delusive
Misleading
Bedraggled
Insincere
Supposititious
Roundabouts
Untruthful
Groundless
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— Clara Freeman

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.