unplausible

unplausible

(ʌnˈplɔːzəbəl)
adj
obsolete implausible
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Fictional ideas are propositions of situations that are unrealistic or commonly considered as unplausible, such as: "What if there was a little fish who couldn't swim?" which are a central part of various creative works and products.
15, 25 (1964) ("Basis for the most extreme and unplausible public criticisms of the majority opinion are to be found in the dissent by Mr.
He encouraged us to remember that we learn general truths, in part by reading history, and partly by our own experience: and to demonstrate he noted, "I have no first-hand knowledge of scheming statesmen; but I know some scheming academics." (83) Of the discipline of history, he shows that historians do not make deductions but summaries, that instances of species is not possible in history, that when history uses a generalization they amount to common knowledge, and that generalizations only serve to make other explanations unplausible. (84) W.H.
The unavoidable accumulation of uncertainties at each stage of calculations in the set W - [C.sub.p] - [C.sub.v] may cause the unplausible behavior of adiabatic exponent [C.sub.p]/[C.sub.v] in liquid.
This is to me an unconvincing and unplausible picture.