pseudoscope

noun pseu·do·scope \ˈsüdəˌskōp\

Definition of pseudoscope

  1. :  an optical instrument that exhibits objects with their proper relief reversed, thus producing an effect opposite to that of the stereoscope

pseudoscopic

adjective

pseudoscopically

\-pə̇k(ə)lē\ adverb

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Origin and Etymology of pseudoscope

pseud- + -scope


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