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Assumed vs Pretextual - What's the difference?

assumed | pretextual |

As adjectives the difference between assumed and pretextual

is that assumed is used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious while pretextual is of a false, contrived or assumed purpose; characterized by pretense.

As a verb assumed

is (assume).