n. (plural of plausibility English)
Usage examples of "plausibilities".
She has sanctified the dark, suspicious maxims of tyrannous distrust, and taught kings to tremble at (what will hereafter be called) the delusive plausibilities of moral politicians.
Had the early Christians been more controlled by ‘the solemn plausibilities of custom’—less of democrats in the pure and lofty acceptation of that perverted word—Christianity would have perished in its cradle!
He invented novel plausibilities for why the moment was not yet and used them in discussions with the leaders of the other Spacer Worlds.