fictional

[ fik-shuh n-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF fictional

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FICTIONAL

While 'Stephen Poore' is a fictional character, he is real enough in some ways.

Dropping my fictional plans for the time I became the historian.

In turn, these affect the behavior of characters in the fictional world.

The animal, awake, has no fictional escape from the Real because he has no imagination.

She left him waiting in the hall, while she went to make her fictional enquiries.

It is simply a fictional background for a series of fiction-stories.

“There are two kinds of fictional detectives, my dear girl,” Keeley told her.

They are fictional and in a sense only parts of the territory.

A new name in fictional literature is that of Ethel Powelson Hueston.

What would the ex-haberdasher do, shorn of his fictional explanation?

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