figment[ fig-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF figment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIGMENT
There is no permanent wise man except in the figment of the Stoics.
The starting-point, the nebula, is no figment of the scientific imagination.
Maybe all this about being an FBI agent was just a figment of his imagination.
Or is God but a phantom, and the Eternal Law but a figment of the imagination?
The element of time is only a figment that clouds the question of right and deceives the borrower.
A figment born from a figment; one fancy evolved from another; the shadow of a shadow.
To us here, Atlantis is only a figment, a shadow, far away across the waters.
Might it not be merely a figment of the fertile imagination of man?
Dolly disputed by every male was a figment of the imagination—how different was the reality!
At first Conan doubted his consciousness, thought it was but a figment of delirium.