1. Any body of knowledge that purports to be scientific or to be supported by science but which fails to comply with the scientific method.
    • 1796, James Pettit Andrews, Robert Henry, History of Great Britain, from the death of Henry viii. to the accession of James vi. of Scotland to the crown of England p. 87 ↗:
      The fantastical pseudo-science of alchemy has in all ages had its numerous votaries …

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