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Flawed vs. Erroneous

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Flawedadjective

Having a flaw or imperfection.

‘Flawed diamonds are generally not used in jewellery.’; ‘His design for a perpetual motion machine is flawed because water does not flow uphill.’;

Erroneousadjective

Containing an error; inaccurate.

‘His answer to the sum was erroneous.’;

Flawedadjective

having flaws or imperfections; not perfect; - applied broadly; as, a flawed vase; a flawed performance; a flawed character.

Erroneousadjective

Derived from an error.

‘His conclusion was erroneous, since it was based on a false assumption.’;

Flawedadjective

having a blemish or flaw;

‘a flawed diamond’;

Erroneousadjective

Mistaken.

‘Her choice at the line-up proved to be erroneous, as she had only seen the mugger for an instant.’;

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Erroneousadjective

(obsolete) Wandering; erratic.

Erroneousadjective

(legal) Deviating from the requirements of the law, but without a lack of legal authority, thus not illegal.

‘If, while having the power to act, one commits error in the exercise of that power, he acts erroneously.’;

Erroneousadjective

Wandering; straying; deviating from the right course; - hence, irregular; unnatural.

‘Stopped much of the erroneous light, which otherwise would have disturbed the vision.’;

Erroneousadjective

Misleading; misled; mistaking.

‘An erroneous conscience commands us to do what we ought to omit.’;

Erroneousadjective

Containing error; not conformed to truth or justice; incorrect; false; mistaken; as, an erroneous doctrine; erroneous opinion, observation, deduction, view, etc.

Erroneousadjective

containing or characterized by error;

‘erroneous conclusions’; ‘the answer was inaccurate’;

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