Ten·den·tious (pronounced ten-'den-ches) adj. : marked by a tendency in favor of a certain point of view; implicitly or explicitly slanted. source

EtymologyThe word "tendentious" is derived from the Medieval Latin "tendentia" which means "to cause".



  1. "The paper reported rather tendentiously on the war atrocities."
  2. "A tendentious account of recent elections."

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