What is the synonym of pseudo?
In this page you can discover 29 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for pseudo, like: false, true, quasi, fraud, fake, fictitious, impostor, pseud, sham, artificial and real.
Does pseudo mean similar?
In mathematics, the ‘pseudo’ prefix is also applied to items that are similar to (or mathematically behave like) something else, but not exactly that. For example, pseudo-arcs, pseudorandomness, pseudoprime.
What is a pseudo relationship?
A situationship is basically a pseudo-relationship. It smells like a relationship, it sorta looks like a relationship, and it may even feel like one, but it’s not. Urban Dictionary describes a situationship as any problematic relationship characterized by one or more unresolved, interpersonal conflicts.
What is the difference between quasi and pseudo?
Quasi is half true, but no intention of deceitful pretenses. Pseudo is not genuine, but has the appearance of one.
What’s a pseudo boyfriend?
A pseudo-relationship is quite possibly the worst kind of relationship. Mainly because it is not a relationship at all. It is usually a five- or six-month period in which we are involved with someone who will not commit, but continues to string us along anyway with terribly unfair mixed messages.
What is another word for pseudo?
Princeton’s WordNet (0.00 / 0 votes)Rate these synonyms: imposter, impostor, pretender, fake, faker, fraud, sham, shammer, pseudo, pseud, role player(adj) a person who makes deceitful pretenses. Synonyms: pseudo(adj) (often used in combination) not genuine but having the appearance of. “a pseudo esthete”; “pseudoclassic”
What does the name psuedo mean?
Pseudo is defined as similar to, or not real. An example of pseudo used as a prefix is in the word “pseudonym” which means a false name, often one that is used by a writer to conceal his true identity. YourDictionary definition and usage example. “Pseudo.”.
What is another word for pseudo science?
Synonyms for ‘pseudoscience’: explanation, interpretation, instructions, theory, outline, principle, gloss, instruction, argument, clarification