Mo·r·si [M oo-r-sih] (n.)


Mo·r·si [M oo-r-sih]  

noun

1. An act or instance of deluding.
2. The state of being too random.
3. A false belief or opinion of self worth : delusions of grandeur.
4. Psychiatry. a fixed false belief that is resistant to reason or
confrontation with actual fact: a paranoiddelusion.
5. The ability of being too politically incorrect for no reason.
.
adjective

1. utterly or obviously senseless, illogical, or untrue; contrary to all reason or common sense; laughably foolish or
false: an absurd explanation.
Origin
2012–2013; Post revolution Egypt

Related forms

Can be confused: allusion, delusion, elusion, hallucination, illusion
Synonyms
1. Mohamed Badie
2. Khairat Elshater
3. Hosny Mubarak
4. Supreme Council of Armed Forces.
5. Capitalism
6. Tyranny
7. Dictatorship
Antonyms 
Social Justice, Reason, Freedom, Justice.

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