fiction[ fik-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF fiction
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FICTION
It has been raised from the rank of a fiction to the dignity of an obstacle.
Shall God's fiction, which is man's reality, fall short of man's fiction?
I vaunted my love for history, biography, the poets, but spoke lightly of fiction.
Nor, to the glory of human nature be it said, is this a fiction.
This I do not believe: it is part of the fiction of woman's superior morality.
We rise from the perusal of such a fiction chastened and improved.
She is in many respects without a rival in the world of fiction.
But when you've learnt the ropes, and can afford it, you'll go in for fiction.
Too tragic, too much like fiction it sounds, that here abruptly we must end this Chapter.
Oastler said he would not present fiction to them, but tell them what he himself had seen.