Definition of 'fallacy'
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It's a fallacy to assume that burglars can't climb a wall without a ladder. THE TARTAN RINGERS (1998)
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British English: fallacy NOUN
A fallacy is an idea which many people believe to be true, but which is in fact false because it is based on incorrect information.
It's a fallacy that the rich give relatively more to charity than the less prosperous.
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