noun bo·gos·ity \ˌbō-ˈgä-sə-tē\

Definition of bogosity

  1. informal :  the quality of being bogus :  phoniness, bogusness I am suddenly struck by the sheer inanity of this situation—the utter bogosity of it all hits me with the force of a contraction. No! This is wrong! I cannot be complicit in a lie. — Erika Schickel, You're Not the Boss of Me, 2007

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to cast off or become cast off

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