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synonyms for fabricate
- dream up
- cobble up
- cook up
- fit together
- head trip
- knock together
- make up
- piece together
- put together
- think up
- throw together
- throw up
- turn out
- whip up
- whomp up
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How to use fabricate in a sentence
Booyer, a metal artist whose work is commissioned by Bass Pro Shop, said he had fabricated his friend’s cremation urn.
Malcolm insisted that she had not fabricated any quotes, but the jury, and a number of journalists, objected to her practice of rearranging and compressing quotations, and accused her of carelessness.Janet Malcolm, elegant and incisive writer for the New Yorker, dies at 86 | Harrison Smith | June 17, 2021 | Washington Post
“The evidence is going to show that we are under the most vicious, lying, fabricating, fictitious, government you ever seen!”
Navalny marked his 45th birthday on Friday, while serving a more-than two-year prison sentence on charges international observers and his allies have said were fabricated as a way to silence him.Putin questions U.S. prosecution of Capitol rioters, saying mob carried only ‘political requests’ | Isabelle Khurshudyan | June 4, 2021 | Washington Post
It just doesn’t make sense, and I believe that much of it is probably fabricated.Princes William and Harry Have Slammed the BBC Over a 1995 Interview With Princess Diana. Here's Why | Dan Stewart | May 21, 2021 | Time
He could fabricate myths that did not seem manufactured but felt real enough to explain the mysteries of your own existence.García Márquez Showed Us How Great Fiction Could Be | Malcolm Jones | April 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
She was then publicly named and forced to take part in a press conference, saying she had been bribed to fabricate the claim.Somalia Jails Woman and Journalist Over Soldier Rape Claims | Laila Ali | February 9, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The samples for his fall 2009 collection alone cost about $1 million to fabricate.
To fabricate such a picture is the exact office of Imagination, and is its best definition.
Dr Johnson regarded the work as one “to which infidelity has never been able to fabricate a specious answer.”
Should this at any time happen, how easy would it be to fabricate pretenses of approaching danger!The Federalist Papers | Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison
Galusha was at that moment endeavoring to fabricate a story of his own, one which he might tell Miss Phipps.Galusha the Magnificent | Joseph C. Lincoln
Scott first began to fabricate occasional mottoes for his chapters during the composition of The Antiquary in 1816.Sir Walter Scott as a Critic of Literature | Margaret Ball
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