Fallacy in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Fallacy

an idea or belief that is false but many people think is true

Examples of Fallacy in a sentence

Having money makes you happy is a fallacy because happiness has nothing to do with wealth.  🔊

While the business plan sounds good on paper, it is built on the fallacy that people will pay thirty dollars to see a movie.  🔊

Because that fallacy is so ridiculous, I cannot understand how you believe it!  🔊

Mark’s fallacy on the workings of the stock market caused us all to lose a great deal of money.  🔊

The huge fallacy of the proposed budget is the government’s inability to come up with the necessary funds.  🔊

For the longest time, Henry has been basing his relationships on the fallacy that beauty is more important than personality.  🔊

It is a fallacy to assume all poor people are uneducated.  🔊

During the debate, the fallacy of John’s argument was apparent to everyone.  🔊

After the patient did not feel better within three days, the doctor realized the fallacy of treating the illness with antibiotics.  🔊

Since Dr. Smith’s theory is based on a fallacy, the university is not interested in hearing it.  🔊

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