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Spell check of erroneous

Correct spelling: erroneous

ill-considered, off, approximately, preposterous, misconstrued, mistaken, nonsensical, illegal, misestimated, miscalculated, misconceived, untruthful, paradoxical, misjudged, correct, imprecise, fallacious, illogical, unreasonable, absurd, distorted, flawed, wild, foolish, aberrant, wrong, untrue, anomalous, inexact, ill-advised, ill-judged, false, inconclusive, ludicrous, roughly, invalid, senseless, unsound, incorrect, improper, monstrous, infatuated, bad, defective, off base, botched, approximate, inaccurate, questionable, faulty, irrational, marred, chimerical, ridiculous, broadly.

incontrovertible, accurate, precise, established, letter-perfect, impeccable, undeniable, faultless, certain, confirmed, indisputable, unquestionable, sound, consistent, sensible, veracious, logical, demonstrable, true, valid, reasonable, exact, rational, demonstrated, indubitable, sagacious, factual, substantial, tested, correct, proven, wise, proper, flawless, infallible, right, perfect, errorless, incontestable.

Examples of usage:

1) As must already have become evident, it is erroneous to suppose that he had any share in the formation of her mind: for as Mr. Herbert Spencer said, in a letter to the Daily News, Our friendship did not commence until 1851 ... - "George Eliot", Mathilde Blind.

2) He also admits that the practical and aesthetic are often found united, and that it would be erroneous to maintain that the artist's independence of vision should be extended to the communication. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

3) " But-" " Why in Zubeneschamali," Iversen said patiently, " should I waste my time reading a book devoted to a theory which has already been proved erroneous? - "Once a Greech", Evelyn E. Smith.