plausive

adjective
plau·sive | \ ˈplȯ-ziv , -siv \

Definition of plausive 

1 : manifesting praise or approval

2 obsolete : pleasing

3 archaic : specious

First Known Use of plausive

1598, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for plausive

Latin plausus, past participle

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