commentitious

adjective com·men·ti·tious \¦kämən‧¦tishəs\

Definition of commentitious

archaic

  1. :  fictitious or imaginary :  feigned or lying

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Origin and Etymology of commentitious

Latin commenticius, commentitius, from commentus (past participle of comminisci to invent, contrive, devise) + -icius, -itius -itious — more at comment


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