we are talking about real journalists and not the pseudo kind
(often used in combination) not genuine but having the appearance of; "a pseudo esthete"; "pseudoclassic"
imposter: a person who makes deceitful pretenses
The prefix pseudo- (from Greek ψευδής "lying, false") is used to mark something as false, fraudulent, or pretending to be something it is not.
An intellectually pretentious person; a pseudointellectual; A poseur; false, fake; being other than what is apparent, a sham; insincere; spurious
A part number whose Bill of Material is a convenient collection of parts which can be used to simplify drawing or forecasting (see Planning Bills of Material). A Pseudo cannot be made on its own or held in stock. It is treated in the same way as a Phantom by the planing software. ...
prefix, indicating close or deceptive resemblance to the following element of the word.
Prefix or word element denoting falseness, pretence, disguise, deception, from the Greek: pseudes ‘false’. (See MAL-, ANTI-, META-) (MP)
Translated “to lie” * “to deceive, mislead or lie”
False, spurious (Greek pseud ‘to lie’)
FALSE. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - pseudo.
Fake, deceptive, erroneous or otherwise "unreal."
when the left and right images are reversed giving the image an inside-out effect
False or mimicked symptoms of a more commonly known dysfunction.
False. Used in this book to describe the modern medical establishment as a “pseudo‑religion.”
Newtonian environment is assumed for the remainder of this article. This will be defined below.
pref. False, deceptive. In the context of the Dead Sea Scrolls, this prefix is used to indicate that a manuscript, while not part of the normal Canon, is “like” a book that is part of the Canon. ...
These are clearly the best kind of 60′s kids; educated but still not shy of a regular dabble in some heavy, heavy acid. This girl would corner you in some dingy bar and wax lyrical about how she once sucked off Dylan’s drummer while he read William S. ...