bogus definition

  • adjective:
    • Counterfeit or phony; perhaps not genuine: bogus money; bogus jobs.
    • Counterfeit or artificial; perhaps not real.
    • unwanted or harmful.
    • wrong, worthless, or damaged.
    • Of a completely fictitious problem imprinted for collectors, frequently issued for a non-existent territory or nation (not to ever be mistaken for forgery, which can be an illegitimate backup of a genuine stamp).
    • centered on false or misleading information or unjustified assumptions.
    • Spurious; fictitious; sham; -- a cant term originally placed on counterfeit coin, and therefore denoting such a thing fake.
    • fraudulent; having a misleading look
  • noun:
    • A liquor manufactured from rum and molasses.
    • A liquor made from rum and molasses.
    • An apparatus for coining fake money.
    • A liquor made from rum and molasses.
  • others:
    • Counterfeit; spurious; sham: originally used in the usa to counterfeit cash, the good news is to any such thing according to sham or false pretense: since, a bogus claim; a bogus federal government.

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