fictitious[ fik-tish-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF fictitious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FICTITIOUS
This fictitious correspondence of mine is to blame for the foregoing digression.
They may be delusive, but they cannot possibly be fictitious.
On the fourth day the fictitious husband is required to divorce the girl.
She is often ill, and always has a fictitious malady in reserve.
And the conclusions drawn from them are sound, although the premises are fictitious.
The characters, real and fictitious, are strongly contrasted.
I will not give you a fictitious name, and—I can give no other.'
All members of the Enville family and household are fictitious persons.
Now, Mrs Clare, (a fictitious character) come you hither with me!
This Joseph Sell, dear reader, was a fictitious personage who had just come into my head.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FICTITIOUS
- contrary to fact
- off the mark
- trumped up
- blue sky
- castles in the air
- on cloud nine
- pie in the sky
- pipe dream