Imposturous


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Im`pos´tur`ous


a.1.Impostrous; deceitful.
Strictness fales and impostrous.
- Beau. & Fl.
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Finkelstein is a serious academic who has no patience left for those imposturous 'truths' about Gaza that go as far as to turn the victims into perpetrators, which he also takes great care to dismantle in his book.
Furthermore, by way of this comparison, he manages to transform his imposturous behavior into a common feature of human mortality.