Tending to deceive, betray, or fool; unauthentic and untrue.
The thief was deceptive because she forgot to lock the front door.
Vanishing or likely to vanish; without much substance.
Dreams are usually Evanescent, because, soon after waking up, most people forget most details.
A false notion
It is a fallacy to think that an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
A rhetorical flaw in an argument
There was such a blaring fallacy in the lawyers disagreement that it was no big deal that he lost the case.
Some complainers believe that love at first sight is a fallacy, it just never existed.
A creation of the imagination; an imagined event; a dream
The author Tolkien, is the one who introduced the genre of fiction to public known as fantasy.
Passing quickly; ephemeral
We caught a fleeting glimpse at the rat as it scrambled away with the cheese.
A false or mistaken idea; a delusion
After my brother died, my sister had strong hallucinations where he talked to her.
An erroneous perception of reality; a fantastical plan
Landon had a strong illusion where someone was watching him.
Having a lively, creative mind; creating fantastic dreams
Carsen was very imaginative in the poems he wrote.
Not real, from the imagination
Some young children who are lonely are creative and make imaginary friends.
Not precise; not exact for sure
Since Madison’s answer was rather imprecise, Mckinley’s response sounded smart and narrowed down by comparison
Mistaken or incorrect; not accurate
Abigail defense her answers whether they were right or wrong.
Something that is illusion art or insubstantial
Tommy always visualized the mirage of a ten human income.
Outward appearance; a representation or a copy of something else
The teacher was concerned about the semblance of her first grade students.
Living or lasting only a short while; fleeting
The girls two point lead was short-lived due to the fact she had to leave early.
A whim or an odd or fanfic all idea, sometimes a quaint or unorthodox idea
Acting upon whimsy, Frank cautiously went over to talk to his mother and was relieved when the answer was yes.
Liable to occur but not with certainty; possible
Tomorrow’s weather forecast includes a contingent chance of snow by afternoon.
Dependent on conditions or occurrences not yet established
My brother is a contingent worker; she works for a part time mcdonalds worker
Relating to or happening in episodes
My favorite television series is shown as episodic
Apt to occur in a minor or unpredictable manner
He was an incidental bother; only rarely did he annoy me.
Stopping and staring at the intervals
The news about the warning was intermittent because of so many commercials.
To break the rhythm or continuity; to stop the momentum or continuum
Because of the severe storm, the referee had to interrupt the intense game.
Characterized by a repeating cycle or repetition of intervals; appearing or occurring from time to time
My meet ups with best friend are periodic. Although we have no formal agreement, we meet with each other every other Tuesday.
Mateo kept having a recurrent dream; night after night he would experience the same dream.