[ US /kəˈnɑɹd/ ]
[ UK /kˈænɑːd/ ]
  1. a deliberately misleading fabrication
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How To Use canard In A Sentence

  • As for the ‘spare capacity’ argument, this is another old canard.
  • The free will canard is not a show stopper for research. Aiguy's Computer
  • The conservative talk jocks have been purveying this canard to explain their monopoly of the spectrum.
  • Fifty year ago in my Wasp family a canard was a children's treat, a lump of sugar dipped in an after dinner demitasse. Canard - French Word-A-Day
  • These are age-old canards that undermine freedom and encourage authoritarian states.
  • It is a hoary canard - long-practiced intelligence disinformation - that naming these persons places their life in jeopardy.
  • Each included a laser seeker, guidance unit, control canards bolted to the bomb's nose, and enlarged tail fins bolted to the rear.
  • Mon-Sat noon-3pm & 7pm-12: 30am Tel: 01 40 22 09 09 www. Clotilde Dusoulier Le Petit Pascal's cuisse de canard, or duck thigh. In Paris, Mastering the Art of
  • Dembski justifies his Scriptura sub scientia approach by raising the tired old canard about geocentrism.
  • It is a craven, disingenuous, and destructive canard, antithetical to interracial harmony and black excellence - and racist besides.
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