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specious, adj. plausible, possible, conceivable, believable, likely, probable, tenable; seeming, apparent, appearing, ostensible, presumable, Archaic. semblable; supposed, presumed, reputed, inferred; professed, claimed, purported, avowed, alleged, so-called, nominal, in name only; deceptive, misleading, fallacious, sophistic, casuistic, Both Logic. paralogical, paralogistic; false, untrue, unveracious.

speck, n. 1. fleck, spot, dot, point, mark, flaw, blemish, stain; freckle, speckle; dab, daub, smudge, smutch.
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bit, mite, smidgen, Inf. smitch, iota, molecule, atom, jot, whit, tittle, Metric System, micron; spark, scintilla, gleam, glimmer; trace, touch, hint, trifle, tinge, suggestion, suspicion, tincture, Archaic, spice, shadow; minimum, pittance, modicum, driblet, dribble; particle, moit, mote, grain, granule, crumb,

spectacle, n. 1. picture, vision, sight, panorama, phantasmagoria; show, showing, display, exhibition, scene; phenomenon, event, incident, curiosity; wonder, marvel, prodigy, revelation, sign; sensation, splash.
2. demonstration, presentation, exhibit, unveiling, airing; stage show, staging, production, performance, revue, extravaganza; light show, sound and light show,
Fr. son et lumi&re; retrospective; exposition, Inf. expo, fair, festival; pageant, parade.
3. spectacles
eyeglasses, glasses, Inf. specs; horn-rims, wire-rims, granny glasses; sunglasses, Sl. shades, aviators; pince-nez, lorgnette, opera glasses, lorgnon, monocle, eyeglass; goggles, blinkers; contact lenses, contacts, lenses, hard lenses, soft lenses.

spectacular, adj. scenic, panoramic, picturesque; striking, impressive, staggering, breath-taking, magnificent, grand; wondrous, extraordinary, remarkable, phenomenal; vivid, brilliant, Sl. stunning, smashing, gorgeous, sumptuous; superb, splendid, glorious, divine, terrific, Sl. terrif, sensational, exceptional, marvelous, Sl. marvy, wonderful, Sl. super, Inf. super-duper, gee-whiz; fabulous, fantastic, Sl. far-out, out of this world; thrilling, daring; dramatic, theatrical, stagy, operatic, melodramatic, histrionic; decorative, ornamental, elaborate, showy, ostentatious,

spectator, n. watcher, viewer, beholder, gazer, gaper, gawker; theatergoer; moviegoer, patron, attender; sightseer, tourist, Inf. rubberneck; bystander, onlooker, observer, witness, eyewitness; passer-by, looker-on, Inf. sidewalk superintendent,

specter, n. apparition, ghost, shade, shadow, manes, revenant, DoppelgSnger, doubleganger; spirit, presence, wraith, fetch, banshee; phantom, phantasm, Inf. spook; fairy, fay, sprite, elf, Puck, Robin Goodfellow; vision, eidolon, sight, image, hallucination, spectacle; ignis fatuus, friar's lantern, will-o'-the-wisp; illusion, chimera, figment of the imagination, phantom of the mind; hobgoblin, goblin, (in German folklore) kobold, bogy, bogle, bugbear, bugaboo; imp, ghoul, evil spirit, demon.

speculate, v. 1. meditate, think, reflect, cogitate, excogitate, rationalize, intellectualize; deliberate, put on one's thinking cap, contemplate, ponder; study, muse, mull over, ruminate; digest, think over, ponder over, brood over; reflect over, reflect on, turn over in the mind; weigh, evaluate, take under advisement, sleep on, reconsider, reexamine.
2. conjecture, guess, surmise, suppose, theorize; believe, think, fancy, imagine; infer, take it, assume,
Archaic, trow, presuppose, presume, premise, take for granted; postulate, posit, predicate, hypothesize, hypothecate; consider, conceive; judge, deem, conclude, deduce.

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