confabulation

[ kuh n-fab-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF confabulation

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During this confabulation, Maltravers and Evelyn were left alone with Sophy.

I was going on in my confabulation, when Tranquillus entered.

With the details of that confabulation we will not trouble the reader.

During the course of this confabulation evening had come on.

I cannot say that I understand distinctly their first Confabulation.

The sound of steps on the gravel path interrupted their confabulation.

Sometimes there is a retention defect and confabulation to account for the recent past.

His deepest did not appear in the confabulation Cubina had overheard.

Then we sits down, gradually gets cool, and holds a confabulation.

If you will include me in your confabulation, you shall have the benefit of deep experience and far-sighted sagacity.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., "talking together," from Late Latin confabulationem (nominative confabulatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin confabulari (see confabulate).

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